Exogenous gonadotropin administration affects the glycocalyx of rat endometrial epithelial cells during the period of implantation

@article{Kramer1994ExogenousGA,
  title={Exogenous gonadotropin administration affects the glycocalyx of rat endometrial epithelial cells during the period of implantation},
  author={Beverley Kramer and Gwynneth De Wet Dip Med Tech},
  journal={Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics},
  year={1994},
  volume={11},
  pages={504-509}
}
Exogenous gonadotropins which cause superovulation are known to effect endometrial morphology, including the glycocalyx of surface epithelial cells. Certain of the carbohydrates in the glycocalyx of surface epithelial cells may be involved in the attachment and implantation of the blastocyst. The effect of exogenous gonadotropins on specific carbohydrates… CONTINUE READING