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Synonyms for implantation

(embryology) the organic process whereby a fertilized egg becomes implanted in the lining of the uterus of placental mammals

the act of planting or setting in the ground

a surgical procedure that places something in the human body

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The short period of time in the menstrual cycle, when the endometrial receptivity is optimal and embryo implantation is possible, is called "window of implantation" (WOI).
Also conducted in mice, this study showed two genes (Msx1 and Msx2 - which play integral roles in organ formation during fetal development) are also essential to direct the uterus to the receptive stage for successful embryo implantation.
In the luteal phase, continued production of P stimulates the proliferation and stimulation of the stromat cells, thus preparing the endometrium for successful embryo implantation (Norwitz et al.
31) Moreover, single embryo implantation in Quebec is not merely a recommendation, (32) which doctors can choose to respect or ignore; the regulations stipulate that centres may be subject to inspections and oversight, (33) and that in some circumstances the Minister can revoke or suspend a centre's license or impose fines for not respecting the regulations.
Consequently, the chemokines are not expressed and T cells are not recruited to the site of embryo implantation.
Organised by the Veterinary Research Centre (VRC) in Swaihan, all camels auctioned at the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX) arena were pedigreed, bred from some of the fastest racing camels through embryo implantation.
Cathy Allen of the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, and colleagues analysed the expression of thousands of genes in blood taken from 8 women before IVF embryo implantation.
3) This study demonstrated that oral contraceptives decreased the thickness of the endometrium, and that such thinning had been shown to impede embryo implantation.
Of these molecules, urocortin has been suggested to function in the processes of endometrial differentiation, trophoblast invasion, and embryo implantation (2).
Specialised in reproductive medicine, based in the Medically Assisted Procreation (MAP) Centre at the Clinique des Grangettes in Geneva and researcher into human embryo implantation, Dr.
University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) has patented methods for detecting receptivity of mammalian endometrium to embryo implantation comprising obtaining a sample of the endometrium, contacting the endometrium with a monoclonal antibody.
The uterine lining synthesizes prostaglandins around the time of embryo implantation.
The gestational carrier underwent the embryo implantation and became pregnant with twins.
With thicker womb linings, embryo implantation was much more likely to be successful.