Effect of loss of mechanical distension on collagen degradation in the mouse uterus.

Abstract

In unilaterally pregnant mice, loss of mechanical distension induced by artificial removal of fetuses from the pregnant uterus was followed by oedema in the endometrium. No endometrial oedema was found in the non-pregnant uterine horn, which did not experience the loss of mechanical distension at parturition. Ovariectomy on the last day of pregnancy did not… (More)

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