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Relevance of assessing the uterine microbiota in infertility.
Soluble ligands and their receptors in human embryo development and implantation.
Does an increased body mass index affect endometrial gene expression patterns in infertile patients? A functional genomics analysis.
Evidence that the endometrial microbiota has an effect on implantation success or failure.
An endometrial pathology in the inflammation cloud that can be accessed with a microbial app.
The diagnosis of chronic endometritis in infertile asymptomatic women: a comparative study of histology, microbial cultures, hysteroscopy, and molecular microbiology.
Introduction: Do microbes in the female reproductive function matter?
Understanding and improving endometrial receptivity.
Introduction: Endometrial function: facts, urban legends, and an eye to the future.
Implantation failure of endometrial origin: it is not pathology, but our failure to synchronize the developing embryo with a receptive endometrium.
Implantation in IVF.
Cleavage of endometrial a-integrins into their functional forms is mediated by proprotein convertase 5/6.
Annexin A2 is critical for embryo adhesiveness to the human endometrium by RhoA activation through F-actin regulation.
Reply: Bone marrow-derived endometrial cells: what you see is what you get.
Uterine stem cells: from basic research to advanced cell therapies.
The role of estrogen in uterine receptivity and blastocyst implantation.
Understanding the human endometrium in the 21st century.