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Uterine lipid composition and endometrial prostaglandin synthesis and transport in relationship to maternal recognition of pregnancy and luteolysis in the bovine



Uterine lipid composition and endometrial prostaglandin synthesis and transport in relationship to maternal recognition of pregnancy and luteolysis in the bovine



Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 50(1): 77



It was found that, 17 days after oestrus, the endometrium from pregnant cows synthesises less PGF2 alpha in vitro, both in the presence and absence of additional arachidonic acid, than that from cycling cows. Although PGE2 production was not enhanced by pregnancy, the PGE2:PGF2 alpha ratio was higher during pregnancy than during the oestrous cycle. The metabolism by the endometrium of PGF2 alpha to 15-keto-13,14-dihydro-PGF2 alpha was similar in pregnant and cycling cows.

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