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Rubab Akbar, Kamran Ullah, Tanzil Ur Rahman, Yi Cheng, Hai-Yan Pang, Lu-Yang Jin, Qi-Jing Wang, He-Feng Huang, and Jian-Zhong Sheng

Introduction Endometrial receptivity is critical for successful embryo implantation. It refers to the restricted period when the uterus acquires a suitable morphological and functional state, compatible with blastocyst adhesion and

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Kai Huang, Gezi Chen, Wenqian Fan, and Linli Hu

Introduction Embryo implantation is the first step to establish a successful pregnancy, which requires a normal endometrial receptivity and a functional embryo ( Garrido-Gomez et al. 2012 ). With the attachment between trophoblasts in embryo

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Kanchan Gupta, Vijay Kumar Sirohi, Suparna Kumari, Vinay Shukla, Murli Manohar, Pooja Popli, and Anila Dwivedi

Introduction Embryo implantation involves a complex sequence of signaling events that are crucial for the establishment of pregnancy ( Cha et al . 2012 ). A large number of identified molecular mediators have been postulated to be involved in

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W M Liu, Y J Cao, Y J Yang, J Li, Z Hu, and E-K Duan

the striking similarities between embryogenesis and the biology of cancer cells, especially in the process of the invasion, CD9 might be involved in embryo-invasive behaviors. Embryo implantation is an important step in the establishment of

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Francesco J DeMayo and John P Lydon

uterus that enables embryo implantation and the establishment of pregnancy. As a prequel, however, a review of the fundamental structural/functional properties of the intracellular receptor for progesterone is instructive. The progesterone receptor

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Fabien Duval, Esther Dos Santos, Hadia Moindjie, Valérie Serazin, Nelly Swierkowski-Blanchard, François Vialard, and Marie-Noëlle Dieudonné

Introduction Human embryo implantation is a multi-step process that begins with apposition of trophoblastic cells from a competent blastocyst to the maternal endometrium. This apposition occurs during the ‘window of implantation’, a short

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Kamran Ullah, Tanzil Ur Rahman, Hai-Tao Pan, Meng-Xi Guo, Xin-Yan Dong, Juan Liu, Lu-Yang Jin, Yi Cheng, Zhang-Hong Ke, Jun Ren, Xian-Hua Lin, Xiao-Xiao Qiu, Ting-Ting Wang, He-Feng Huang, and Jian-Zhong Sheng

receptivity. In humans ( Paulson et al . 1990 , Ng et al . 2000 ) and mice ( Fossum et al . 1989 ), COH led to an increase in estrogen to supraphysiological levels that might compromise embryo implantation, although this contrasts with other reports where

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Ying Chen, Hua Ni, Xing-Hong Ma, Shi-Jun Hu, Li-Ming Luan, Gang Ren, Yue-Chao Zhao, Shi-Jie Li, Hong-Lu Diao, Xiu Xu, Zhen-Ao Zhao, and Zeng-Ming Yang

the uterus and the embryo ( Dey et al. 2004 ). To date, although many specific factors have been identified during the implantation period, the molecular mechanism of embryo implantation is still unknown. Oligonucleotide microarray analysis has shed

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Kazuya Kusama, Mikihiro Yoshie, Kazuhiro Tamura, Kazuhiko Imakawa, and Eiichi Tachikawa

the establishment of uterine receptivity, peri-implantation embryo survival, and embryo implantation as well as placentation ( Cha et al . 2012 ). Endometrial glandular epithelial cells synthesize and secrete implantation-related factors, including

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Yawen Xu, Jinhua Lu, Jinxiang Wu, Ruiwei Jiang, Chuanhui Guo, Yedong Tang, Haibin Wang, Shuangbo Kong, and Suqing Wang

embryonic implantation. Human Reproduction 23 1394 – 1406 . ( https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/den082 ) Zhu LH Sun LH Hu YL Jiang Y Liu HY Shen XY Jin XY Zhen X Sun HX Yan GJ 2013 PCAF impairs endometrial receptivity and embryo