sHLA-G and sHLA-I levels in follicular fluid are not associated with successful implantation.

@article{OujiSageshima2016sHLAGAS,
  title={sHLA-G and sHLA-I levels in follicular fluid are not associated with successful implantation.},
  author={Noriko Ouji-Sageshima and Katsuya Yuui and Mari Nakanishi and Nobuyoshi Takeda and Yasushi Odawara and Masanori Yamashita and Hiroshi Iwayama and Keiko Awai and Hirotsugu Hashimoto and Daniel E. Geraghty and Akiko Ishitani and Katsuhiko Hatake and Toshihiro Ito},
  journal={Journal of reproductive immunology},
  year={2016},
  volume={113},
  pages={16-21}
}
In the field of in vitro fertilization (IVF), useful markers for the prediction of successful implantation for oocyte or embryo selection are essential. It has been reported that sHLA-G (sHLA-G1/HLA-G5) could be detected in the supernatant of the fertilized embryo and in follicular fluid samples (FFs), and that the presence of sHLA-G was related to… CONTINUE READING