Alkaline phosphatases contribute to uterine receptivity, implantation, decidualization, and defense against bacterial endotoxin in hamsters.

Lei W, Nguyen H, Brown N, Ni H, Kiffer-Moreira T, Reese J, Millán JL, Paria BC
Reproduction. 2013 146 (5): 419-32

PMID: 23929901 · PMCID: PMC3805369 · DOI:10.1530/REP-13-0153

MeSH Terms (20)

Alkaline Phosphatase Animals Cricetinae Decidua Embryo Implantation Endometrium Enzyme Induction Escherichia coli Infections Estrous Cycle Female Immunity, Innate Isoenzymes Lipopolysaccharides Mesocricetus Ovariectomy Phosphorylation Placentation Pregnancy RNA, Messenger Uterus

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