Progesterone induces nano-scale molecular modifications on endometrial epithelial cell surfaces.

@article{Francis2009ProgesteroneIN,
  title={Progesterone induces nano-scale molecular modifications on endometrial epithelial cell surfaces.},
  author={Lewis W Francis and Paul D. Lewis and Deyarina Gonzalez and Timothy A. Ryder and Gordon Webb and Lisa A. Joels and John O White and Chris J. Wright and R Steve Conlan},
  journal={Biology of the cell},
  year={2009},
  volume={101 8},
  pages={481-93}
}
BACKGROUND INFORMATION The endometrial epithelial cell membrane is a key interface in female reproductive biology. Steroid hormones play a predominant role in cyclic changes which occur at this interface during the female menstrual cycle. Specific changes in the morphology of the endometrial epithelial cell surface become apparent with the epithelial transition that drives the switch from a non-receptive to receptive surface due to the action of progesterone on an oestrogen primed tissue. AFM… CONTINUE READING
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