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Disease Models, Animal
Towards non-surgical therapy for uterine fibroids: catechol-O-methyl transferase inhibitor shrinks uterine fibroid lesions in the Eker rat model.
The effect of over-expression of sFlt-1 on blood pressure and the occurrence of other manifestations of preeclampsia in unrestrained conscious pregnant mice.
Memy I: a novel murine model for uterine leiomyoma using adenovirus-enhanced human fibroid explants in severe combined immune deficiency mice.
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 treatment shrinks uterine leiomyoma tumors in the Eker rat model.
Ovarian cancer gene therapy: repeated treatment with thymidine kinase in an adenovirus vector and ganciclovir improves survival in a novel immunocompetent murine model.
Modified Adenovirus Reduces De Novo Peritoneal Adhesions in Rats and Limits Off-Target Transfection. Role of EZH2 in Adhesion Formation.
Adenovirus-mediated overexpression of human tissue plasminogen activator prevents peritoneal adhesion formation/reformation in rats.
Bone marrow transplantation restores follicular maturation and steroid hormones production in a mouse model for primary ovarian failure.
Endocrine disruptor exposure during development increases incidence of uterine fibroids by altering DNA repair in myometrial stem cells.
Paricalcitol, a vitamin d receptor activator, inhibits tumor formation in a murine model of uterine fibroids.
Gene therapy targeting leiomyoma: adenovirus-mediated delivery of dominant-negative estrogen receptor gene shrinks uterine tumors in Eker rat model.
Towards fibroid gene therapy: adenovirus-mediated delivery of herpes simplex virus 1 thymidine kinase gene/ganciclovir shrinks uterine leiomyoma in the Eker rat model.
Safety of Intraovarian Injection of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Premature Ovarian Insufficiency Mouse Model.
Human BM-MSC secretome enhances human granulosa cell proliferation and steroidogenesis and restores ovarian function in primary ovarian insufficiency mouse model.
Disease Models Animal