Variation in commercial rodent diets induces disparate molecular and physiological changes in the mouse uterus.

@article{Wang2005VariationIC,
  title={Variation in commercial rodent diets induces disparate molecular and physiological changes in the mouse uterus.},
  author={Haibin Wang and Susanne L Tranguch and Huirong Xie and Gregory Hanley and Sanjoy Kumar Das and Sudhansu K Dey},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2005},
  volume={102 28},
  pages={9960-5}
}
Although ovarian estrogen, estradiol-17beta, is a key modulator of normal reproductive functions, natural and synthetic compounds with estrogen-like activities can further influence reproductive functions. Plant-derived phytoestrogens specifically have received much attention because of associated health benefits. However, a comprehensive understanding of the beneficial and/or detrimental impacts of phytoestrogen consumption through commercial rodent diets on uterine biology and early pregnancy… CONTINUE READING

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