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Steroid receptors in blood vessels of the rhesus macaque endometrium: a review

Steroid receptors in blood vessels of the rhesus macaque endometrium: a review,10.1679/aohc.67.411,Archives of Histology and Cytology,Robert M. Brenne

Steroid receptors in blood vessels of the rhesus macaque endometrium: a review   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Archives of Histology and Cytology - ARCH HISTOL CYTOL , vol. 67, no. 5, pp. 411-416, 2004
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    • ...In the rhesus macaque endometrium, PR is absent from both the endothelial cells of capillaries and the smooth muscle cells of the artery walls but is strongly expressed in the perivascular stroma, which is closely apposed to the muscular wall [23]...

    Hilary OD Critchleyet al. Regulation of human endometrial function: mechanisms relevant to uteri...

    • ...There is uncertainty in the literature as to the specific cell type that expresses PR in the arterial wall (Critchley et al., 1994; Rogers et al., 1996; Nayak et al., 1998; Brenner and Slayden, 2004), probably because of the close spatial relationships between arterial smooth muscle cells and perivascular myofibroblasts...
    • ...However, most reports state that PR are expressed in the VSMC and/or perivascular stromal cells throughout the cycle (Critchley et al., 1994; Rogers et al., 1996; Nayak et al., 1998; Brenner and Slayden, 2004), and the persistence of PR in these cells may explain the persistence of P-dependent vascular Ang-1 expression throughout the secretory phase...

    Nihar R. Nayaket al. Expression, localization and hormonal control of angiopoietin-1 in the...

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