The presence of chorionic gonadotrophin β subunit in normal cyclic human endometrium

Wolkersdorfer, GW; Bornstein, SR; Hilbers, U; Zimmermann, G; Biesold, C; Lehmann, M; Alexander, H
February 1998
MHR: Basic Science of Reproductive Medicine;Feb98, Vol. 4 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Studies the presence of chorionic gonadotropin beta subunit (beta-CG) in normal cyclic human endometrium. Protein and beta-CG messenger RNA observed in the glandular cells of the endometrium during the secretory phase; Assessment of the functional secretory capacity of primary endometrium cultures; Higher beta-CG shown by tissue extracts in comparison with cultured and separated cell fractions.


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