Specific expression patterns and cell distribution of ancient and modern PAG in bovine placenta during pregnancy.

@article{Touzard2013SpecificEP,
  title={Specific expression patterns and cell distribution of ancient and modern PAG in bovine placenta during pregnancy.},
  author={Eve Touzard and Pierrette Reinaud and Olivier Dubois and Catherine Guyader-Joly and Patrice Humblot and Claire Ponsart and Gilles Charpigny},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2013},
  volume={146 4},
  pages={
          347-62
        }
}
  • Eve Touzard, Pierrette Reinaud, +4 authors Gilles Charpigny
  • Published in Reproduction 2013
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAGs) constitute a multigenic family of aspartic proteinases expressed in the trophoblast of the ruminant placenta. In Bos taurus, this family comprises 21 members segregated into ancient and modern phylogenetic groups. Ancient PAGs have been reported to be synthesized throughout the trophoblastic cell layer whereas modern PAGs are produced by binucleate cells of cotyledons. The aim of this study was to investigate modern and ancient PAGs during gestation in… CONTINUE READING

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