Domestic ruminants as models for the elucidation of the mechanisms controlling ovarian follicle development in humans.

@article{Campbell2003DomesticRA,
  title={Domestic ruminants as models for the elucidation of the mechanisms controlling ovarian follicle development in humans.},
  author={Bruce K. Campbell and Carlos C{\'e}sar Elias de Souza and J Gong and R. Brian Webb and Nick A S Kendall and Peter Marsters and Garry Robinson and Anne E Mitchell and Evelyn E Telfer and DavidT. Baird},
  journal={Reproduction (Cambridge, England) Supplement},
  year={2003},
  volume={61},
  pages={429-43}
}
It is necessary to understand the basic physiology underlying the complex process of folliculogenesis to address common causes of infertility and to devise innovative strategies to increase the efficiency of assisted reproduction technologies. Availability of suitable ovarian tissue is a major constraint to research in this area in humans, and monovulatory domestic ruminants represent a physiologically relevant model to elucidate basic mechanisms before more focused clinical investigations… CONTINUE READING

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