Dynamic proteomic profiles of in vivo- and in vitro-produced mouse postimplantation extraembryonic tissues and placentas.

@article{Sui2014DynamicPP,
  title={Dynamic proteomic profiles of in vivo- and in vitro-produced mouse postimplantation extraembryonic tissues and placentas.},
  author={Linlin Sui and Lei An and Kun Tan and Zhuqing Wang and Shumin Wang and Kai X. Miao and Likun Ren and Li Tao and Shuzhi He and Yong Hun Yu and Jinzhou Nie and Qian Liu and Lei Xing and Zhonghong Wu and Zhuo-cheng Hou and Jian-hui Tian},
  journal={Biology of reproduction},
  year={2014},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={155}
}
As the interface between the mother and the developing fetus, the placenta is believed to play an important role in assisted reproductive technology (ART)-induced aberrant intrauterine and postnatal development. However, the mechanisms underlying aberrant placentation remain unclear, especially during extraembryonic tissue development and early stages of placental formation. Using a mouse model, this investigation provides the first comparative proteomic analysis of in vivo (IVO) and in vitro… CONTINUE READING
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