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*  Bilaminar blastocyst
The embryo is called a blastocyst at about the 6th day of development once it has reached nearly 100 cells. Once this has ... Blastocyst implantation will occur during the second week of fetal development in the endometrium of the uterus; the epiblast ... The embryo proper and extramembryonic membranes are later derived from the embryonic disc. Beginning on day 8, the amniotic ... This new cavity is responsible for detaching the embryo and its amnion and yolk sac from the far wall of the blastocyst, which ...
*  Leukemia inhibitory factor
Aghajanova L (December 2004). "Leukemia inhibitory factor and human embryo implantation". Annals of the New York Academy of ... Aghajanova L (December 2004). "Leukemia inhibitory factor and human embryo implantation". Annals of the New York Academy of ... the embryo-endometrial cytokine cross talk during implantation--a delicate homeostatic equilibrium". Folia Microbiologica. 50 ( ... p53 regulated LIF has been shown to facilitate implantation in the mouse model and possibly in humans. It has been suggested ...
*  Trophoblast
... s are specialized cells of the placenta that play an important role in embryo implantation and interaction with the ... which provide nutrients to the embryo and develop into a large part of the placenta. They are formed during the first stage of ... as it is then contiguous with the ectoderm of the embryo. The trophoblast proliferates and differentiates into 2 cell layers at ...
*  Decidualization
After implantation of the embryo, the decidua further develops to mediate the process of placentation. In the event no embryo ... Decidualization is required in some mammalian species where embryo implantation and trophoblast cell invasion of the ... secreted factors will regulate the invasiveness of trophoblast cells that eventually form the placental connection if an embryo ...
*  Complications of pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy is implantation of the embryo outside the uterus Caused by: Unknown, but risk factors include smoking, ... The embryo and fetus have little or no immune function. They depend on the immune function of their mother. Several pathogens ... Often microorganisms that produce minor illness in the mother are very dangerous for the developing embryo or fetus. This can ...
*  Cytotrophoblast
... ic cells play an important role in the implantation of a newly fertilized egg in the uterus. The formation of ... It is interior to the syncytiotrophoblast and external to the wall of the blastocyst in a developing embryo. The ... The invasive lineage creates cytotrophoblasts that are essential in the process of implantation and forming a fully functional ... Proper cytotrophoblast function is essential in the implantation of a blastocyst. After hatching, the embryonic pole of the ...
*  Implantation (human embryo)
Decidua basalis - This is the part of the decidua which is located basalolateral to the embryo after implantation. Decidua ... Ai Z., Jing W., Fang L. (2015). "Cytokine-Like Protein 1 (Cytl1) A Potential Molecular Mediator in Embryo Implantation". PLOS ... Evaluation of implantation markers may help to predict pregnancy outcome and detect occult implantation deficiency. Luteal ... The embryo differs from the cells of the mother, and would be rejected as a parasite by the immune system of the mother if it ...
*  Satish K. Gupta
Udo R. Markert (1 January 2005). Immunology of Gametes and Embryo Implantation. Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers. pp. ...
*  Sammy Lee (scientist)
M. Rissardo; S. Lee (2004). "Embryo implantation: is TNF-alpha the key?". Biomedical Scientist. 48: 1079-1085. S. Lee (2005). " ... Lee also had a keen interest in ethics and expressed this at UCL by running a course titled "Ethics of Fertility and Embryo ... Lee also wrote an article in the Sunday Times (10 November 2002) in the aftermath of a number of high-profile embryo transfer ... Lee changed his focus to embryos, when he realised that many of the questions framed by his Neuroscience research were rooted ...
*  Blastocyst
Implantation is critical to the survival and development of the early embryo. It establishes a connection between the mother ... After five or six days it is much easier to determine which embryos will result in healthy live births. Knowing which embryos ... However at this stage of development it is very difficult to predict which embryos will develop best, and several embryos were ... "Physiological and molecular determinants of embryo implantation". Molecular Aspects of Medicine. 34 (5): 939-80. doi:10.1016/j. ...
*  Reproductive immunology
Markert U. Immunology of gametes and embryo implantation. Switzerland: Karger; 2005.. ... The placenta also plays an important part in protecting the embryo for the immune attack from the mother's system. Studies also ... The fact that the embryo's tissue is half foreign and unlike mismatched organ transplant, it is not normally rejected, suggests ...
*  Ruth Fowler Edwards
... growth and genetics of the early human embryo developing in culture; uterine fluid composition and embryo implantation in the ...
*  Embryo quality
"The use of morphokinetics as a predictor of embryo implantation". Human Reproduction. 26 (10): 2658-2671. doi:10.1093/humrep/ ... Estimations of embryo quality guides the choice in embryo selection in in vitro fertilization. In general, embryo profiling for ... Embryo quality is the ability of an embryo to perform successfully in terms of conferring a high pregnancy rate and/or ... Proteome profiling of embryos can indirectly be evaluated by sampling of proteins found in the vicinity of embryos, thereby ...
*  CYTL1
Ai Z, Jing W, Fang L (2016). "Cytokine-Like Protein 1(Cytl1): A Potential Molecular Mediator in Embryo Implantation". PLoS One ... work as a regulatory factor in embryo implantation in the stage of early pregnancy. This family of proteins, C17, is found in ...
*  B4GALNT2
"Progesterone-regulated B4galnt2 expression is a requirement for embryo implantation in mice". Fertility and Sterility. 95 (7): ...
*  TROAP
... a novel cell adhesion molecule complex with potential involvement in embryo implantation". Genes Dev. 9 (10): 1199-210. doi: ...
*  TRO (gene)
1995). "Trophinin and tastin, a novel cell adhesion molecule complex with potential involvement in embryo implantation". Genes ... epithelial cells of the endometrium and is implicated in the initial attachment during the process of embryo implantation. This ... 2004). "Implantation-dependent expression of trophinin by maternal fallopian tube epithelia during tubal pregnancies: possible ...
*  Mir-320
"Temporal and spatial regulation of miR-320 in the uterus during embryo implantation in the rat". Int J Mol Sci. 11 (2): 719-30 ...
*  Embryonic stem cell
... an early-stage pre-implantation embryo. Human embryos reach the blastocyst stage 4-5 days post fertilization, at which time ... The surplus of embryos is not clinically used or is unsuitable for implantation into the patient, and therefore may be donated ... Martin Evans and Matthew Kaufman reported a technique that delays embryo implantation, allowing the inner cell mass to increase ... whether or not embryos at the pre-implantation stage should be considered to have the same moral or legal status as embryos in ...
*  Combined injectable birth control
K. S. Richter, K. R. Bugge, J. G. Bromer, Relationship between endometrial thickness and embryo implantation, based on 1. 294 ... Hormonal contraceptives also have effects on the endometrium, that theoretically could affect implantation, CIC is administered ... Significance of endometrium thickness to evaluate endometrial receptivity for embryos in natural cycle, „Fertility and ... cycles of in vitro fertilization with transfer of two blastocyst-stage embryos, „Fertility and Sterility" 2007, t. 87, p. 53. ...
*  Bruce effect
As the corpus luteum can no longer release progesterone, the uterus remains unprimed for embryo implantation, and the pregnancy ... pregnancy can only be terminated prior to embryo implantation, but other species will interrupt even a late-term pregnancy. The ... "Increasing levels of estradiol are deleterious to embryonic implantation because they directly affect the embryo". Fertility ... Normally, E2 is essential in preparing both the blastocyst and uterus for implantation. However, excessive E2 will prevent ...
*  WNT4
"WNT4 is a key regulator of normal postnatal uterine development and progesterone signaling during embryo implantation and ... These processes are all necessary for the development of an embryo. Ablation in female mice results in subfertility, with ... defects in implantation and decidualization. For instance, there is a decrease in responsiveness to progesterone signaling. ...
*  Jenny Higham
... analysis of endometrium from fertile and infertile patients suggests a role for apolipoprotein A-I in embryo implantation ...
*  Stem cell laws
By Sigrid Fry-Revere On the Personhood of Pre-implantation Embryos. ... Belgium bans reproductive cloning but allows therapeutic cloning of embryos. France prohibits reproductive cloning and embryo ... The embryos used must originally have been created for reproductive purposes The persons for whom the embryos were created must ... In 2003, Spain's laws state that embryos left over from IVF and donated by the couple that created them can be used in research ...
*  Hudson Institute of Medical Research
The human placenta, embryo implantation and a woman's endometrium to improve reproduction and development and better treat and ... dysplasia Cardiovascular disease Cerebral Palsy Childhood cancer Colorectal cancer Contraception Diabetes Embryo implantation ...
*  Saint Barnabas Medical Center
... embryo cryopreservation, micromanipulative procedures to improve embryo development and implantation, and embryo selection ... The institute is also the first develop a test to detect chromosome translocations in human embryos to increase the success ... 2009 RESEARCHERS SAY EMBRYOS IN LABS AREN'T AVAILABLE, NY Times, , August 26, 2001 - accessed July 11, 2009 Daniel A. Potter, ... in this field including a possibility that a child may have genes from more than two adults and the usage of human embryos. The ...
*  Elio Sgreccia
The Human Embryo before Implantation: Scientific Aspects and Bioethical Considerations. Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2009 ...