luteal cell

lu·te·al cell

, lutein cell
a cell of the corpus luteum of the ovary that is derived from the granulosa cells of the preovulatory follicle; it secretes progesterone and estrogen.

lu·te·al cell

, lutein cell (lū'tē-ăl sel, lū'tē-in)
A cell of the corpus luteum of the ovary that is derived from the granulosa cells of the preovulatory follicle; it secretes progesterone and estrogen.
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Microarray analysis of differentially expressed microRNAs in non-regressed and regressed bovine corpus luteum tissue; microRNA-378 may suppress luteal cell apoptosis by targeting the interferon gamma receptor 1 gene.
Administration of GnRH at estrus influences pregnancy rates, serum concentrations of LH FSH, Estradiol-17, pregnancy specific protein B and progesterone, proportion of luteal cell types and in vitro production of progesterone of in dairy cows.
Oxidative stress--inducible antioxidant adaptive response during prostaglandin F2 alpha--induced luteal cell death in vivo.
Right after ovulation, the follicle, under the influence of LH, fills up with a new kind of cell that multiplies, called a luteal cell (luteum, Greek for yellow).
Tumor necrosis factor-a alters bovine luteal cell synthetic capacity and viability.
In laboratory studies, EGME has been shown to target the ovarian luteal cell, suppress cyclicity, and inhibit ovulation in female rats (Davis et al.
We have reported that the addition of Se to cultured bovine luteal cells increased the P4 concentration of the culture medium [26] and that the Se supplementation of non-pregnant and non-lactating cows increased their plasma P4 concentration during the estrous cycle [27], In the present study, it was clearly demonstrated that pre-and postpartum Se supplementation to the diet increased the postpartum plasma P4 concentration of dams.
It has been demonstrated that Phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K)/ AKT activation plays a key role in GC survival, particularly for the survival of luteal cells (18,19).
Miller, "Methylene blue but not indigo carmine is toxic to human luteal cells in vitro," Reproductive Toxicology, vol.