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Published by Plenum Medical Book Co. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Human embryo -- Transplantation -- Congresses,
  • Trophoblast -- Physiology -- Congresses,
  • Endometrium -- Physiology -- Congresses,
  • Surgery, Experimental -- Congresses,
  • Embryo Transfer -- congresses,
  • Endometrium -- physiology -- congresses,
  • Fertilization in Vitro -- congresses,
  • Models, Molecular -- congresses,
  • Trophoblast -- physiology -- congresses

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Hans-Werner Denker and John D. Aplin.
SeriesTrophoblast research ;, v. 4
ContributionsDenker, Hans-Werner, 1941-, Aplin, John Dalzell, 1952-, Cell Tissue and Organ Culture Study Group. Meeting
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRG135 .T76 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 462 p. :
Number of Pages462
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1855352M
ISBN 100306435209
LC Control Number90007197

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A collection of cutting-edge laboratory techniques for the study of trophoblast and placental biology. The techniques presented range from experimental animal models, to animal and human placental organ and cell culture systems, to morphological, biochemical, and molecular strategies for assessing trophoblast/placental growth, differentiation and function. Volume 1 provides readily Endometrial receptivity 1. Human embryo implantation is a three-stage process (apposition, adhesion and invasion) Implantation involves • embryo apposition and adhesion to the endometrial epithelium • penetration through the epithelium and • invasion of the embryonic trophoblast through the endometrial stroma. and adhesion to the Trophoblast invasion and endometrial receptivity: novel aspects of the cell biology of embryo implantation edited by Hans-Werner Denker and John D. Aplin (Trophoblast research, v. 4) Plenum Medical Book Co., The Interaction of Trophoblast with Endometrial Stroma have been used for the development of in-vitro models of uterine receptivity That trophoblast invasion is a key phenomenon in this