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Expression patterns of microRNAs in the chorioamniotic membranes: a role for microRNAs in human pregnancy and parturition
The novel findings reported herein strongly suggest that post‐transcriptional regulation of genes by miRNAs, coupled with the changes of miRNA processing machinery in the chorioamniotic membranes, plays a role in pregnancy and parturition.
Pregnancy and interferon tau regulate DDX58 and PLSCR1 in the ovine uterus during the peri-implantation period.
The results indicate that IFNT induces expression of DDX58 and PLSCR1 in ovine endometrial cells via the classical STAT1-mediated cell signaling pathway.
Uterine environment and conceptus development in ruminants
These mechanisms allow select nutrients and SPP1 to act coordinately to affect synthesis of proteins involved in cell signaling affecting conceptus growth, development, and survival during the peri-implantation period of pregnancy.
Rapid Communication: MicroRNA co-expression network reveals apoptosis in the reproductive tract during molting in laying hens1,2
The results suggest that the miRNA of the miRCN might play a role in the apoptotic progression of the reproductive tract during molting.