abembryonic

ab·em·bry·on·ic

(ab'em-brē-on'ik),
The area of the blastocyst opposite the region where the embryoblast (early embryo) is located.
[L. ab, from, + embryonic]

abembryonic

[ab′embrē·on′ik]
opposite the position of the embryo.

ab·em·bry·on·ic

(ab'em-brē-on'ik)
Remote from the embryo, referring to the pole of the blastocyst opposite the embryonic pole.
[L. ab, from, + embryonic]
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The COX-2 can modulate hatching process via regulation of zonalytic proteases which rather exclusively occur in Trophectodermal Projections (TEPs) at the abembryonic pole of the blastocyst (19).