Category Archives: Platelet-Derived - Part 2

Essential Role of Platelet-Derived: MATERIALS AND METHODS(3)

Cloning of Murine PDGFRa cDNA and Murine Calbindin-D9k cDNA As previously reported, a cDNA fragment corresponding to the extracellular domain of mouse PDGFRa (accession no. M57683, nucleotides 69-1650) was amplified from messenger RNA of mouse brain by reverse tran-scription-polymerase chain … Continue reading

Essential Role of Platelet-Derived: MATERIALS AND METHODS(2)

Tissue Preparation To obtain tissue specimens, pregnant mice were killed by cervical dislocation, and intact uteri were removed. For both immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization, embryos at 8.5 to 11.5 dpc were fixed with the uterine wall, whereas for embryos … Continue reading

Essential Role of Platelet-Derived: MATERIALS AND METHODS(1)

Animals Pregnant ICR mice were purchased from Japan SLC Inc. (Shizuoka, Japan). The day of appearance of a vaginal plug was designated as Day 0.5 of gestation (0.5 day postcoitum, 0.5 dpc). buy ortho tri-cyclen

Essential Role of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Receptor a in the Development of the Intraplacental Yolk Sac/Sinus of Duval in Mouse Placenta(2)

The sinus of Duval is an extension of the yolk sac cavity expanding into the chorioallantoic placental disc of mice or rats. This sinus is lined by two types of epithelium— high columnar epithelium, which faces fetal blood vessels, and … Continue reading

Essential Role of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Receptor a in the Development of the Intraplacental Yolk Sac/Sinus of Duval in Mouse Placenta(1)

INTRODUCTION Mammalian placentas are made of two components, chorioallantoic placenta and yolk sac placenta, and although enormous diversity is found in the structure of placentas among species, all have at least one of these two components. Some marsupial species have … Continue reading

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