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Evidence for chromosome 2p16.3 polycystic ovary syndrome susceptibility locus in affected women of European ancestry.
CONTEXT A previous genome-wide association study in Chinese women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) identified a region on chromosome 2p16.3 encoding the LH/choriogonadotropin receptor (LHCGR)Expand
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Retinoic acid receptor gamma-induced misregulation of chondrogenesis in the murine limb bud in vitro.
Vitamin A derivatives modulate gene expression through retinoic acid and rexinoid receptor (RAR/RXR) heterodimers and are indispensable for limb development. Of particular interest, RARgamma isExpand
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Microarray analysis identifies COMP as the most differentially regulated transcript throughout in vitro follicle growth
In vitro follicle growth has emerged as a technology that can provide new information about folliculogenesis and serve as part of a suite of methods currently under development to assist women whoseExpand
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Role of retinoic acid receptors α1 and γ in the response of murine limbs to retinol in vitro
BACKGROUND Derivatives of retinol (vitamin A), commonly referred to as retinoids, signal through retinoic acid and retinoid X receptors (RARs/RXRs) and are essential for normal limb formation.Expand
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Role of retinoic acid receptors alpha1 and gamma in the response of murine limbs to retinol in vitro.
BACKGROUND Derivatives of retinol (vitamin A), commonly referred to as retinoids, signal through retinoic acid and retinoid X receptors (RARs/RXRs) and are essential for normal limb formation.Expand
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Dynamic genome-scale cell-specific metabolic models reveal novel inter-cellular and intra-cellular metabolic communications during ovarian follicle development
TLDR
We developed a genome-scale metabolic model of the mouse ovarian follicle and its cellular compartments during follicle development in vivo. Expand
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