P selectin as a potential therapeutic target for endometriosis

Monday, March 30, 2015
P-selectin deficiency significantly retarded the development of endometriosis in a mouse model, and soluble P-selectin treatment markedly reduced lesion size in mice through decreased platelet aggregation and angiogenesis, resulting in reduced fibrotic tissue content.

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Diet induced maternal obesity alters ovarian morphology and gene expression in the adult mouse offspring

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Ovaries of mouse offspring from high–fat–fed obese dams have reduced follicular population and altered gene expression, which could impact their reproductive potential.

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