Subject Areas on Research
- A model system for the biochemical study of luteinizing hormone/chorionic gonadotropin receptor synthesis.
- Cumulus cell pappalysin-1, luteinizing hormone/choriogonadotropin receptor, amphiregulin and hydroxy-delta-5-steroid dehydrogenase, 3 beta- and steroid delta-isomerase 1 mRNA levels associate with oocyte developmental competence and embryo outcomes.
- Developmental changes in pituitary-gonadal function in free-ranging lions (Panthera leo leo) of the Serengeti Plains and Ngorongoro Crater
- Developmental coordination of luteinizing hormone/human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) receptors and acute hCG responsiveness in cultured and freshly harvested porcine granulosa cells.
- Effects of partially and more highly purified platelet-derived growth factor preparations on luteinizing hormone receptor induction in granulosa cell cultures.
- Granulosa cell differentiation in vitro: effect of insulin on growth and functional integrity.
- Human platelet-derived growth factor preparations contain a separate activity which potentiates follicle-stimulating hormone-mediated induction of luteinizing hormone receptor in cultured rat granulosa cells: evidence for transforming growth factor-beta.
- Monolayer growth and differentiated function of porcine and rat granulosa cells following cryopreservation.
- Platelet-derived growth factor enhances granulosa cell luteinizing hormone receptor induction by follicle-stimulating hormone and serum.
- Targeted disruption of the estrogen receptor-alpha gene in female mice: characterization of ovarian responses and phenotype in the adult.
- The effect of plating density on granulosa cell growth and differentiation in vitro.
- The effect of transforming growth factor-beta on follicle-stimulating hormone-induced differentiation of cultured rat granulosa cells.
- The production of transforming growth factor-beta activity by rat granulosa cell cultures.
- Transforming growth factor beta modulates gonadotropin receptor expression in porcine and rat granulosa cells differently.