Circulating hormones and estrous stage predict cellular and stromal remodeling in murine uterus.

@article{Wood2007CirculatingHA,
  title={Circulating hormones and estrous stage predict cellular and stromal remodeling in murine uterus.},
  author={Geoffrey A Wood and Jimmie Eugene Fata and Katrina L M Watson and Rama Khokha},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2007},
  volume={133 5},
  pages={
          1035-44
        }
}
The understanding of how estrogen and progesterone (P(4)) drive uterine remodeling in rodents has largely been based on studies involving administration of exogenous hormones, using steroid receptor-deficient mice, or relying on vaginal smears. In all these cases, the actual serum levels of 17beta-estradiol (E(2)) and P(4) are not directly measured, and the relationship between physiological levels of female sex hormones and uterine remodeling in cycling mice has not been fully explored. Here… CONTINUE READING

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