Elucidating endometrial function in the post-genomic era.

  title={Elucidating endometrial function in the post-genomic era.},
  author={Linda C. Giudice},
  journal={Human reproduction update},
  volume={9 3},
The post-genomic era has now arrived, and science and biology are on the threshold of a transition from understanding functions of single molecules and pathways in cells, tissues and whole organisms to understanding integrative systems. The endometrium is a dynamic tissue that responds to multiple stimuli, depending on physiological and environmental conditions, including steroid hormones, an implanting conceptus, withdrawal of steroid hormones, contraceptive steroids, selective steroid hormone… CONTINUE READING


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