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Intrafollicular injection protocol

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  1. Protocol


  1. Resource Description
    The intrafollicular injection (IFI) technique was developed as means to administer substances into the preovulatory follicle of monkeys during the menstrual cycle. This procedure requires only small amounts of bioactive material, and allows direct access of the injected substances to the oocyte and granulosa cells. In addition, injection by itself (plus the surgery or ovarian manipulation) does not interfere with timely ovulation and subsequent luteal development. Publication: Local delivery of angiopoietin-2 into the preovulatory follicle terminates the menstrual cycle in rhesus monkeys. PMID: 15703373
  2. Uses
    In vivo monkey reproductive system test
  3. Used by
    Jon's Primate Reproductive System Laboratory
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