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Rhesus macaque

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http://ohsu.eagle-i.net/i/0000013e-3784-5b52-3878-3a7380000000

Resource Type

  1. Macaca mulatta

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  1. Resource Description
    The Stouffer lab uses non-human primate models to investigate factors controlling the growth and ovulation of the mature follicle at midcycle, as well as development of the corpus luteum from the ovulatory follicle and its function until the end of the menstrual cycle or into early pregnancy. Additionally, they aim to study the reproductive neuroendocrine effects of androgen (testosterone, T) and Western-Style Diet (WSD) in female monkeys from peri-puberty to prime reproductive age
  2. Related Disease
    ovarian disease
  3. Related Disease
    hyperandrogenism
  4. Related Publication or Documentation
    Elevated androgens during puberty in female rhesus monkeys lead to increased neuronal drive to the reproductive axis: a possible component of polycystic ovary syndrome
  5. Related Publication or Documentation
    Amphiregulin promotes the maturation of oocytes isolated from the small antral follicles of the rhesus macaque.
  6. Related Publication or Documentation
    Decorin is a part of the ovarian extracellular matrix in primates and may act as a signaling molecule.
  7. Related Technique
    Immunohistochemistry assay
  8. Related Technique
    Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
  9. Related Technique
    Caspase assay
  10. Related Technique
    Real-time PCR
  11. Related Technique
    ELISA
  12. Related Technique
    Western blot analysis
  13. Biological process studied
    Reproduction
  14. Biological process studied
    ovulation cycle process
  15. Clinical or Environmental Source
    ONPRC
  16. Location
    Richard Stouffer Laboratory
 
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