Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–2): R. B. Heap
Chapter 2 Comparative elements of Blastocyst—Endometrial Interactions at Implantation (pages 3–32): A. C. Enders and S. Schlafke
Chapter three alterations within the floor of the Mouse Blastocyst at Implantation (pages 33–52): Michael I. Sherman, Ruth Shalgi, Angie Rizzino, Martin H. Sellens, Steffen homosexual and Renate Gay
Chapter four The Hormonal regulate of Implantation (pages 53–83): R. J. Aitken
Chapter five Hormonal regulate of Implantation within the Rat: Inhibition by means of Luteinizing Hormone?Releasing Hormone and its Analogues (pages 85–110): Koji Yoshinaga and Masahiko Fujino
Chapter 6 value of Maternal Uterine Proteins within the institution of being pregnant (pages 111–140): Henning M. Beier and Ursula Mootz
Chapter 7 Molecular and mobile elements of Facultative not on time Implantation within the Mouse (pages 141–172): Jonathan Van Blerkom, Daniel J. Chavez and Hobart Bell
Chapter eight Hormonal regulate of Embryonic Diapause and Reactivation within the Tammar Wallaby (pages 173–190): C. H. Tyndale?Biscoe
Chapter nine Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and Meternal acceptance of being pregnant (pages 191–208): Griff T. Ross
Chapter 10 Blastocyst Oestrogen Synthesis and the Maternal popularity of being pregnant (pages 209–238): A. P. F. Flint, R. D. Burton, J. E. Gadsby, P. T. okay. Saunders and R. B. Heap
Chapter eleven the character and function of Pregnancy?Associated Antigens and the Endocrinology of Early being pregnant within the Ewe (pages 239–259): J. okay. Findlay, Marion Sheers, L. D. Staples and that i. A. Cumming
Chapter 12 Antiluteolytic influence of the Embryo (pages 261–292): N. L. Poyser and Felicity M. Maule Walker
Chapter thirteen Maternal Immunological reputation Mechanisms while pregnant (pages 293–322): Alan E. Beer and Rupert E. Bilingham
Chapter 14 Maternal attractiveness of being pregnant and Immunological Implications of Trophoblast?Endometrium Interactions in Equids (pages 323–352): W. R. Allen
Chapter 15 Immunological Interference with the Maternal acceptance of being pregnant in Primates (pages 353–375): John P. Hearn
Chapter sixteen whilst a perception Fails to turn into a being pregnant (pages 377–411): R. V. Short
Chapter 17 Chairman's Summing?Up (pages 413–414): R. B. Heap
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We have pursued the possibility that collagen is present on the blastocyst surface by immunofluorescence studies (Sherman, Gay & Gay, in preparation). Antibodies against collagen types I and I1 do not react with blastocysts, but anti-collagen type 111 and anti-procollagen type 111 antibodies give positive results. It appears from the immunofluorescence profiles that the collagen is localized in the intercellular spaces (Fig. 5). In fact, the pattern of the fluorescence leads us to suspect that the intercellular ridges visible by SEM analyses (Fig.
Note that the cells are bulging and studded with niicrovilli. The intercellular ridges are not apparent. Scale markers in A and B = 5 I'm. BLASTOCYST SURFACE CHANGES AT IMPLANTATION 43 villi of varying lengths. In many respects, this morphology resembles that described by Bergstrom and Nilsson during the activation of delayed blastocysts. There is little further change in surface morphology as trophoblast outgrowth proceeds in vitro. In summary, SEM analyses d o not provide us with any clues about alterations when blastocysts acquire their surface adhesiveness.
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