Cell Arrest and Cell Death in Mammalian Preimplantation Development: Lessons from the Bovine Model

@inproceedings{Leidenfrost2011CellAA,
  title={Cell Arrest and Cell Death in Mammalian Preimplantation Development: Lessons from the Bovine Model},
  author={Sandra Leidenfrost and Marc Boelhauve and M. C. von Reichenbach and Tuna Guengoer and H. Reichenbach and Fred Sinowatz and Eckhard Wolf and Felix Andreas Habermann},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND The causes, modes, biological role and prospective significance of cell death in preimplantation development in humans and other mammals are still poorly understood. Early bovine embryos represent a very attractive experimental model for the investigation of this fundamental and important issue. METHODS AND FINDINGS To obtain reference data on the temporal and spatial occurrence of cell death in early bovine embryogenesis, three-dimensionally preserved embryos of different ages and… CONTINUE READING

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