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Kayisli et al., "Interferon-y protects first-trimester decidual cells against aberrant matrix metalloproteinases 1, 3, and 9 expression in preeclampsia," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
The percentages of CD56+CD3-CD16+ lymphocytes in decidual cells were lower than those in peripheral blood.
Liu, "Establishment of decidual cell apoptotic models induced by tumor necrosis factor alpha and effects of baicalin on decidual cell apoptosis," Journal of Clinical Rehabilitative Tissue Engineering Research, vol.
Decidual cells were large and small without clear boundaries, had hyperchromatic nuclei and clear cytoplasm.
[17] In this study, we demonstrated DC-SIGNR expression on Hobauer cells and decidual cells as well.
stromal cells to differentiate into primary decidual cells LIF plays important role in decidualization.
As mentioned earlier, focal adhesions disassemble from the base of uterine luminal epithelial cells at the time of implantation to facilitate their removal so that the implanting blastocyst can invade into the underlying endometrial decidual cells during early pregnancy in the rat (Kaneko et al., 2009).
(a) IL-33 was localized in syncytiotrophoblast (STB) cells, cytotrophoblast (CTB) cells, trophoblast columns (TC) of placental villi (A-C), and some extravillous trophoblasts (EVT) in maternal decidual cells (E-G).
Stromal cells differentiate into decidual cells, and the endometrium undergoes decidualization during embryo implantation.
Paparini et al., "Decoding the chemokine network that links leukocytes with decidual cells and the trophoblast during early implantation," Cell Adhesion and Migration, vol.
In placenta, sFRP3 expression was confined to blood vessel endothelial cells, while decidual cells showed only occasional weak cytoplasmic staining.
The expression of the CTLA4 gene in the placental fibroblasts and decidual cells throughout gestation has raised the possibility of involvement of the CTLA4 molecule in the maintenance of tolerance at the maternal-fetal interface (9).