Since endometrial stromal cells are easy to isolate, expand rapidly from patients without leading to major ethical and technical problems, and produce a higher overall clonogenicity, they have a unique potential as therapeutic agents as autologous graft (1, 18).
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ESC stands for Endometrial Stromal Cell
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8% of the control population, KRAS mRNA and protein levels were significantly increased in cultured endometrial stromal cells of women with the KRAS variant.
There are no effects of IFNT on PGR protein or mRNA; however, as noted earlier, all endometrial epithelia cease expressing PGR by d 13 after onset of the estrous cycle and pregnancy, but endometrial stromal cells and myometrium express receptors for PGR throughout pregnancy (Bazer et al.
Although these data are consistent with a study by Arber et al, we did not detect immunostaining in endometrial stromal cells, as previously described in normal endometrial tissue and decidua.