Progesterone effects on extracellular vesicles in the sheep uterus†

@article{Burns2018ProgesteroneEO,
  title={Progesterone effects on extracellular vesicles in the sheep uterus†},
  author={G. Burns and K. Brooks and E. O'Neil and D. Hagen and S. Behura and T. Spencer},
  journal={Biology of Reproduction},
  year={2018},
  volume={98},
  pages={612 - 622}
}
Abstract Progesterone (P4) acts via the endometrium to promote conceptus growth and implantation for pregnancy establishment. Many cells release extracellular vesicles (EVs) that are membrane-bound vesicles of endosomal and plasma membrane origin. In sheep, endometrial-derived EVs were found to traffic to the conceptus trophectoderm. Thus, EVs are hypothesized to be an important mode of intercellular communication by transferring select RNAs, proteins, and lipids between the endometrium and… Expand
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