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Innate Immunity in the Female Reproductive Tract: Role of Sex Hormones in Regulating Uterine Epithelial Cell Protection Against Pathogens.
The mucosal immune system in the upper female reproductive tract is uniquely prepared to maintain a balance between the presence of commensal bacteria, sexually transmitted bacterial and viralExpand
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An In Vitro Model for the Study of Human Implantation
Citation Holmberg JC, Haddad S, Wünsche V, Yang Y, Aldo PB, Gnainsky Y, Granot I, Dekel N, Mor G. An In vitro model for the study of human implantation. Am J Reprod Immunol 2012; 67: 169–178
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Keratinocyte Growth Factor Stimulates Macrophage Inflammatory Protein 3α and Keratinocyte‐derived Chemokine Secretion by Mouse Uterine Epithelial Cells
Citation Haddad SN, Wira CR. Keratinocyte growth factor stimulates macrophage inflammatory protein 3α and keratinocyte‐derived chemokine secretion by mouse uterine epithelial cells. Am J ReprodExpand
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Estradiol Regulation of Constitutive and Keratinocyte Growth Factor‐Induced CCL20 and CXCL1 Secretion by Mouse Uterine Epithelial Cells
Estradiol can directly affect epithelial cells or indirectly affect epithelial cells via stromal fibroblast secretion of growth factors, such as keratinocyte growth factor (KGF). The purpose of theExpand
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Effect of estradiol and PAMPs on class II mediated antigen presentation and immunomodulatory molecule expression in the mouse female reproductive tract
Problem:  Antigen presenting cells (APC) in the female reproductive tract play important roles in innate immune defense and activation of the adaptive immune responses. The objective of this studyExpand
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