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Differential Expression and Localization of Dicer1 and Ovarian Steroid Hormone Receptors in Human Fallopian Tubes
Dicer1 expression is upregulated in cell-specific fashion in human Fallopian tubes during ovulation. The stage-dependent expression of Dicer1 and its correlation with ERa, ERß2, and PRB mRNA suggests that tubal Dicer1 helps regulate tubal expression of steroid hormone receptors in a cycle-dependent manner and may contribute to tubal transport in humans.

Date Posted: 20/01/2011
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