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Beneficial effects of dithiothreitol on relative levels of glutathione S‐transferase activity and thiols in oocytes, and cell number, DNA fragmentation and allocation at the blastocyst stage in the…
Data show that DTT counteracts the negative effects of a post‐ovulatory aging of mouse oocytes in vitro on relative levels of GST activity and thiols in oocytes, and percentage of number of nuclei with DNA fragmentation/number of ICM cells, total number of cells, number ofICM cells and ICM/TE ratio in Day 5 blastocysts.
The impact of moderate wine consumption on health.
Serum Circulating MicroRNAs as Biomarkers of Osteoporotic Fracture
- L. Panach, D. Mifsut, J. Tarín, A. Cano, M. García-Pérez
- Biology, MedicineCalcified Tissue International
- 11 July 2015
Several miRNAs may be biomarkers of BF, particularly miR-21-5p, which was selected for the replication stage and individually analyzed in sera from 15 BF patients and 12 controls and, significantly, their levels were not affected by hemolysis.
Fertilization in Protozoa and Metazoan Animals
. Bull Hokkaido Nat! Fish Res Inst 57:21-31 Koya Y, Takano K, Takahashi H (1993c) Ultrastructural observations on sperm penetration in the egg of elkhorn sculpin, Alcichthys alcicornis, showing…
A multinational study of sleep disorders during female mid-life.
Benefits of physical exercise in postmenopausal women.
Associations between Aromatase CYP19 rs10046 Polymorphism and Breast Cancer Risk: From a Case-Control to a Meta-Analysis of 20,098 Subjects
It is concluded that the rs10046 polymorphism on CYP19 by itself does not constitute breast cancer risk, but the possibility that it could contribute (interact), together with other genetic variants, to modify the circulating levels of estradiol is not rejected.
Alleles and haplotypes of the estrogen receptor alpha gene are associated with an increased risk of spontaneous abortion.
Endocrinology and physiology of pseudocyesis
- J. Tarín, C. Hermenegildo, M. García-Pérez, A. Cano
- Medicine, BiologyReproductive Biology and Endocrinology
- 14 May 2013
Data support the notion that pseudocyetic women may have increased sympathetic nervous system activity, dysfunction of central nervous system catecholaminergic pathways and decreased steroid feedback inhibition of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, and the neuroendocrine/endocrine mechanisms proposed in this review may lead to the development of pseudocyetics traits.
Bone metabolic changes during pregnancy: a period of vulnerability to osteoporosis and fracture.
- L. Sanz-Salvador, M. García-Pérez, J. Tarín, A. Cano
- Medicine, BiologyEuropean journal of endocrinology
- 10 September 2014
Changes in bone density and bone markers suggest that pregnancy is associated with deterioration of bone mass in the mother and systemic treatment with anti-osteoporotic drugs is effective, but the potential harm to the fetus imposes caution in their use.