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Factors affecting uterine blood flow in the rat

the effect of endogenous substances on uterine blood flow in the non-pregnant and pregnant rat.

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        LC Classifications1978
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        Paginationxvi, 112 p. :
        Number of Pages94
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Nifedipine treatment does not improve uterine artery blood flow or litter size in the SHRSP The ex vivo myography data showed that there was significantly reduced uterine artery remodelling in the SHRSP in response to pregnancy.

COX-1 is a constitutive enzyme located in the endoplasmic reticulum of most mammalian cells and PGs synthesized here exit the cell via G-protein-coupled cell surface receptors. Early luteal phase administration of mifepristone an antiprogestin induces desynchronization of endometrial development and repression of glandular secretory differentiation and vascular maturation. While progesterone has been shown to be necessary for decidualization, demonstrated that estrogen is not essential for this process, but it is critical for uterine angiogenesis during this time.

Perl's Prussian blue stain was used to assess free blood. The ability to evade the maternal immune response is critical for assisted reproductive techniques, which use donated embryos; in these cases, the fetus is a complete allograft, with no maternal genes whatsoever, yet the pregnancy is still able to establish without an increased rate of miscarriage. LIF production is boosted by progesterone and endometrial expression of LIF is decreased following treatment with the antiprogestin mifepristone.

However, whether the expression of these genes is a cause or effect of abnormal uteroplacental perfusion is yet to be determined.

Uterus Blood Flow

Uterine arteries were harvested from the same area of the horn i. 01had a significant increase in contractile response 57. Nifedipine treatment did not significantly alter the maximum contractile response to noradrenaline G or the endothelium-dependent relaxation response to carbachol H in SHRSP uterine arteries.

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