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Uptake and fate of ferritin in the uterine epithelium of the rat during early pregnancy

Journal of Reproduction and Fertility

Mar 1, 1978

M B Parr, E L Parr

PMID: 633201

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The ingestion of ferritin injected into the uterine lumen for 20 min was followed by light and electron microscopy. Uptake occurred on Days 4 to 6, with a distinct peak of activity on Day 5 when blastocysts are present in the uterine lumen. At this time, the antimesometrial cells took u...read more

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Acid Phosphatase
Endocytosis
Uterus
Pregnancy, Animal
Mesothelium
Lysosomes
Electron Microscopy
Prenidation Embryo Development, Animal
Isoferritin
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Uptake and fate of ferritin in the uterine epithelium of the rat during early pregnancy

Journal of Reproduction and Fertility

Mar 1, 1978

M B Parr, E L Parr

PMID: 633201

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Abstract

The ingestion of ferritin injected into the uterine lumen for 20 min was followed by light and electron microscopy. Uptake occurred on Days 4 to 6, with a distinct peak of activity on Day 5 when blastocysts are present in the uterine lumen. At this time, the antimesometrial cells took u...read more

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Endocytosis
Uterus
Pregnancy, Animal
Mesothelium
Lysosomes
Electron Microscopy
Prenidation Embryo Development, Animal
Isoferritin

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Adsorptive and receptor-mediated endocytosis via clathrin-coated vesicles provides the major and best-characterized portal for uptake of multiple molecules and particles into cells. Via clathrin-dependent endocytosis, cells receive nutrients, regulate receptors and other plasma membrane constituents, take up antigens, and remove senescent, excess, and potentially harmful substances from the extracellular fluid. Discover the latest research on endocytic system here.

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