Mouse embryos used as a bioassay to determine control of marsupial embryonic diapause.

@article{Spindler1999MouseEU,
  title={Mouse embryos used as a bioassay to determine control of marsupial embryonic diapause.},
  author={Rebecca E Spindler and Marilyn B Renfree and David K Gardner},
  journal={The Journal of experimental zoology},
  year={1999},
  volume={283 6},
  pages={590-9}
}
Mouse blastocysts appear to be under direct inhibition from the uterine environment, whereas no evidence of direct inhibition during diapause in the tammar wallaby has been observed. Normally developing (day 4) and quiescent mouse blastocysts were incubated for up to 12 hr in media supplemented with BSA, wallaby plasma, wallaby day 0 (day of removal of pouch young; RPY), day 5, or day 10 endometrial exudates at a concentration of 2 mg/ml of protein, and analyzed for rates of carbohydrate… CONTINUE READING
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