Integrins functioning in uterine endometrial stromal and epithelial cells in estrus.

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Here, as a basic study in the construction of a non-cellular niche that supports artificial organization of three-dimensional endometrial tissue, we defined the types of integrin heterodimers that are expressed transcriptionally, translationally and functionally in endometrial stromal (ES) and endometrial epithelial (EE) cells isolated from the mouse uterus… (More)
DOI: 10.1530/REP-16-0516

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@article{Park2017IntegrinsFI, title={Integrins functioning in uterine endometrial stromal and epithelial cells in estrus.}, author={Hye Jin Park and Ji Eun Park and Hyun Lee and Seong J. Kim and Jung Im Yun and Minseok Kim and Kyu Hyun Park and Seung Tae Lee}, journal={Reproduction}, year={2017}, volume={153 3}, pages={351-360} }