Correction: COUP-TFII Mediates Progesterone Regulation of Uterine Implantation by Controlling ER Activity

@article{Kurihara2007CorrectionCM,
  title={Correction: COUP-TFII Mediates Progesterone Regulation of Uterine Implantation by Controlling ER Activity},
  author={Isao Kurihara and D Lee and Fabrice G. Petit and Jaewook Jeong and Kevin Lee and John P. Lydon and Francesco J. Demayo and Ming-jer Tsai and Sophia Y. Tsai},
  journal={PLoS Genetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={3}
}
Progesterone and estrogen are critical regulators of uterine receptivity. To facilitate uterine remodeling for embryo attachment, estrogen activity in the uterine epithelia is attenuated by progesterone; however, the molecular mechanism by which this occurs is poorly defined. COUP-TFII (chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter transcription factor II; also known as NR2F2), a member of the nuclear receptor superfamily, is highly expressed in the uterine stroma and its expression is regulated by the… CONTINUE READING
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