luteal tissue

luteal tissue

the tissue derived from follicle cells that fills the ruptured Graafian follicle and forms the CORPUS LUTEUM.
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Cut section showed placental tissue and blood clots grossly and were surrounded by ovarian stroma and some yellow corpus luteal tissue.
Administration of GnRH on day 5 or 6 after estrus was found to alter follicular dynamics, induce luteal tissue development and increase progesterone concentration upto day 13 resulting in better pregnancy rate (Arnett et al.
Acyclicity in these animals was confirmed by absence of luteal tissue on ovaries by ultrasound scanning.
Prolactin has been shown to interact with LH in enhancing the secretion of progesterone in rat luteal tissue (24,25).
The rise in progesterone levels during metestrus is a consequence of ovulation and subsequent transformation of tissue from ovulated follicles into luteal tissue.
Progesterone decreased for the two cycling cows when their luteal tissue began to regress.
Gelatinases, endonuclease and Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor during development and regression of swine luteal tissue.
As the tissue of the ruptured follicle is transformed into luteal tissue, production of estradiol ceases and progesterone production increases.
Luteal tissue undergoes rapid growth and vascularization throughout the early and mid stages of the estrous cycle.
Using immunohistochemistry techniques, the proteins of P450scc, 3[beta]-HSD, and StAR in luteal tissue sections were stained with specific antisera produced with specific peptides or recombinant proteins.
Harrison et al [11] reported that significant Se-dependent GPX activity was detected in luteal tissues, and Zagrodzki and Ratajczak [36] demonstrated a strong positive correlation between GPX3 activity and P4 levels in humans.