Increased capillary permeability induced by human follicular fluid: a hypothesis for an ovarian origin of the hyperstimulation syndrome.

@article{Goldsman1995IncreasedCP,
  title={Increased capillary permeability induced by human follicular fluid: a hypothesis for an ovarian origin of the hyperstimulation syndrome.},
  author={M P Goldsman and Ali Pedram and Celia E. Dominguez and I Ciuffardi and E. Levin and R. Asch},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={1995},
  volume={63 2},
  pages={268-72}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of follicular fluid (FF) and peritoneal fluid (PF) from patients undergoing assisted reproductive technology procedures on endothelial barrier function. This was determined in vitro by measuring the permeability of filter-grown bovine aortic endothelial cell monolayers to a permeability marker. DESIGN Endothelial cells obtained from bovine thoracic arotas were treated with collagenase solution and plated on millicell filters, on which they formed confluent… CONTINUE READING

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