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Transcriptional changes in the expression of chemokines related to natural killer and T-regulatory cells in patients with deep infiltrative endometriosis.

Bellelis P, Barbeiro DF, Rizzo LV, Baracat EC, Abrão MS, Podgaec S

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. pbellelis@gmail.com

Published 3 June 2013 in Fertil Steril, 99(7): 1987-93.
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Articles on Endometriosis published 3 June 2013:

Mitochondrial displacement loop alterations are associated with endometriosis.   Fertil Steril, 99(7): 1980-6.e9.

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The oncofetal protein IMP3: a novel biomarker and triage tool for premalignant atypical endometriotic lesions.   Fertil Steril, 99(7): 1974-9.

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Augmented epithelial multidrug resistance-associated protein 4 expression in peritoneal endometriosis: regulation by lipoxin A(4).   Fertil Steril, 99(7): 1965-73.e2.

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Articles on Endometriosis published 29 May 2013:

ADAM-10 and -17 regulate endometriotic cell migration via concerted ligand and receptor shedding feedback on kinase signaling.   Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 110(22): E2074-83.

A Disintegrin and Metalloproteinases (ADAMs) are the principal enzymes for shedding receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) ectodomains and ligands from the cell surface. Multiple layers of activity regulation, feedback, and catalytic promiscuity impede our understanding of context-dependent ADAM "sheddase" function and our ability to predictably target that function in disease. This study uses combined measurement and computational modeling to examine how various growth factor environments ... [Abstract] [Full-text]


Articles on Endometriosis published 8 April 2013:

Interleukin-4 and prostaglandin E2 synergistically up-regulate 3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 2 in endometrioma stromal cells.   J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 98(4): 1583-90.

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MicroRNA23a and microRNA23b deregulation derepresses SF-1 and upregulates estrogen signaling in ovarian endometriosis.   J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 98(4): 1575-82.

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Articles on Endometriosis published 22 March 2013:

Scar endometriosis: a rare skin lesion presenting to the plastic surgeon.   J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, 66(4): e111-3.

Endometriosis is the presence or growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, most commonly affecting the ovaries, uterine ligaments and the peritoneum. Cutaneous endometriosis is much rarer, and is mostly found at the sites of surgical scars, such as laparoscopies, hysterectomies and caesarean sections. We present a rare case of scar endometriosis in a 33 year-old women presenting to the plastic surgeon as a possible skin malignancy and review the literature. [Abstract] [Full-text]


Articles on Endometriosis published 19 March 2013:

Deep pelvic endometriosis: accuracy of pelvic MRI completed by MR colonography.   Radiol Med, 118(2): 323-38.

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