Ontogeny of adenosine deaminase in the mouse decidua and placenta: immunolocalization and embryo transfer studies.

@article{Knudsen1991OntogenyOA,
  title={Ontogeny of adenosine deaminase in the mouse decidua and placenta: immunolocalization and embryo transfer studies.},
  author={Thomas B Knudsen and Michael Rex Blackburn and Jeffrey M. Chinsky and Mark J. Airhart and Rodney E. Kellems},
  journal={Biology of reproduction},
  year={1991},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={
          171-84
        }
}
This study has determined the cellular site of adenosine deaminase (ADA) expression in the mouse during development from Days 5 through 13 (day vaginal plug was found = Day 0) of gestation. Developmental expression of ADA progressed in two overlapping phases defined genetically (maternal vs. embryonal) and according to region (decidual vs. placental). In the first phase, ADA enzyme activity increased almost 200-fold in the antimesometrial region (decidua capsularis + giant trophoblast cells… CONTINUE READING
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