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The possible role of PI3‐K in the reversible temperature‐dependent immobilization of fowl sperm motility was investigated by using PI3‐K inhibitor (LY294002) and its inactive analogue (LY303511). The existence of the PI3‐K in fowl spermatozoa was also confirmed by Western blotting...
The objective of this study was to examine the effect of cytochalasin B (CB) and/or demecolcine (Dc) on the remodeling of donor nuclei, nuclear ploidy, and development of somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) and parthenogenetic (PA) pig embryos. SCNT and PA oocytes were either untreated...
Human oviductal cells produce complement‐3 (C3) and its derivative, iC3b. These molecules are important in immune responses. Our recent study suggested that iC3b also possessed embryotrophic activity and it stimulates the blastulation and hatching rates of in vitro cultured mouse embryos. The...
The accumulation of maternal mRNA and protein during oogenesis for supporting oocyte maturation and the newly fertilised zygote marks the beginning of developmental process in mammals. MicroRNAs (∼18–22 nt long) which are known for post‐transcriptional gene regulation are evidenced for...
CD9, a member of the tetraspanin family, associates with a variety of other proteins to form the tetraspanin web. CD9 forms direct and relatively stable associations with the immunoglobulin superfamily proteins EWI‐2 and EWI‐F. Deletion of the Cd9 gene results in female infertility since Cd9...
Abnormal function at the utero‐tubal junction is observed in postnatal day 28 Amhr2‐Cre; Dicer fx/fx mutant females, as demonstrated by the inability of this structure to restrict blue dye, injected into the posterior lumen of the uterine horn, to pass into the oviduct. This abnormality may...
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