Role of lipids on elongation of the preimplantation conceptus in ruminants.

@article{Ribeiro2016RoleOL,
  title={Role of lipids on elongation of the preimplantation conceptus in ruminants.},
  author={Eduardo de Souza Ribeiro and Jos{\'e} Eduardo P. Santos and William Watters Thatcher},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2016},
  volume={152 4},
  pages={R115-26}
}
Elongation of the preimplantation conceptus is a prerequisite for successful pregnancy in ruminants and depends on histotroph secretion by the endometrium. Lipids are an essential component of the histotroph, and recent studies indicate that lipids have important roles in the elongation phase of conceptus development. The onset of elongation is marked by dynamic changes in the transcriptome of trophectoderm cells, which are associated with lipid metabolism. During elongation, the trophectoderm… CONTINUE READING
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