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*  Bilaminar blastocyst
This bilaminar blastocyst also defines the primitive dorsal ventral axis. Blastocyst implantation will occur during the second ... bilaminar blastoderm/blastocyst), which sits between the amniotic cavity and the blastocyst cavity. The embryo proper and ... Therefore, the blastocyst cavity serves as a nutrient center and the fluid is able to reach and feed cells so that they can ... Bilaminar blastocyst or Bilaminar disc refers to the epiblast and the hypoblast, evolved from the embryoblast. These two layers ...
*  Trophoblast
... s (from Greek trephein: to feed, and blastos: germinator) are cells forming the outer layer of a blastocyst, which ...
*  Bruce effect
Normally, E2 is essential in preparing both the blastocyst and uterus for implantation. However, excessive E2 will prevent ...
*  Embryoid body
ESCs are the subject of much public debate due to the ethical questions arising from the derivation from blastocyst-stage of ... Doetschman, T. C.; Eistetter, H.; Katz, M.; Schmidt, W.; Kemler, R. (1985). "The in vitro development of blastocyst-derived ... The pluripotent cell types that comprise embryoid bodies include embryonic stem cells (ESCs) derived from the blastocyst stage ... For example, immediately after the blastocyst stage of development (from which ESCs are derived), the embryo undergoes ...
*  Adherens junction
... s uniquely disassemble in uterine epithelial cells to allow the blastocyst to penetrate between epithelial ...
*  Anandamide
... is also important for implantation of the early stage embryo in its blastocyst form into the uterus. Therefore, ...
*  Pinopod
... s also absorb uterine fluid, this 'suction' effect, brings the blastocyst nearer to the endometrium and immobilise it. ...
*  Fertilisation
The zygote divides to form a blastocyst and, upon entering the uterus, implants in the endometrium, beginning pregnancy. ... Upon gastrulation, which occurs around 16 days after fertilisation, the implanted blastocyst develops three germ layers, the ...
*  Ralph L. Brinster
Brinster first showed that it was possible to colonize a mouse blastocyst with stem cells from older embryos. Moreover, ... Brinster first demonstrated that foreign teratocarcinoma cells could combine with native blastocyst cells to form adult " ...
*  Stem cell controversy
Blastocysts are a cluster of human cells that have not differentiated into distinct organ tissue, making cells of the inner ... Those who subscribe to this belief then hold that destroying a blastocyst for embryonic stem cells is ethical. Viability is ... in which a single blastomere is extracted from a blastocyst. At the 2007 meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell ...
*  Ube3a-ATS
In mouse embryos, Snurf/Snrpn exons were detected in blastocysts about 7 days post coitem and continued to be expressed ...
*  Interleukin 11
IL11 has been expressed to have a role during implantation of the blastocyst in the endometrium of the uterus; as the ... blastocyst is imbedded within the endometrium, the extravillous trophoblasts will invade the maternal spiral arteries for ...
*  Bearded seal
This means that the blastocyst is not implanted for two months after fertilization, most often becoming implanted in July. Thus ...
*  Vandenbergh effect
However, when resupplied with estradiol, the castrated males regained the ability to induce uterine growth or halt blastocyst ... the males of the capacity to induce growth of the uterus in prepubescent females or to disrupt implantation of the blastocyst ...
*  Gestational trophoblastic disease
The trophoblast is the membrane that forms the wall of the blastocyst in the early development of the fetus. In a normal ...
*  Fisher (animal)
Implantation of the blastocyst is delayed until the following spring, when they give birth and the cycle is renewed. Fishers ... Blastocyst implantation is then delayed for 10 months until mid-February of the following year when active pregnancy begins. ...
*  WNT4
"Effects of grade of oocyte-cumulus complex and the interactions between grades on the production of blastocysts in the cow, ewe ...
*  Citrinin
... and causes developmental injury in blastocysts". Biochemical Journal. 404: 317-326. Yu, F; Chang, C; Liu, B (2006). "Citrinin ...
*  DNMT1
... been shown that a lack of both maternal and zygotic Dnmt1 results in complete demethylation of imprinted genes in blastocysts. ...
*  Decidual reaction
The decidual reaction is seen in very early pregnancy in the generalized area where the blastocyst contacts the endometrial ...
*  Mir-92 microRNA precursor family
... they are derived from the inner cells of the blastocyst ). However, mir-92 was also present in libraries constructed from four- ...
*  KIAA1958
The highest expression in developmental stage is the blastocyst and for health state, it is most found in uterine tumors. Data ...
*  Laura Hewitson
Hewitson, L.C., Leese, H.J. (1993) Energy metabolism of the trophectoderm and inner cell mass of the mouse blastocyst. J Exp ... Hewitson L, Takahashi D, Dominko T, Simerly C, and Schatten G. (1998) Fertilization and embryo development to blastocysts after ...
*  Transgene
In order to create knockout mice, a transgene with the desired sequence is inserted into an isolated mouse blastocyst using ...
*  Assisted zona hatching
Zona hatching is where the blastocyst gets rid of the surrounding zona pellucida to be able to implant in the uterus. A ...