The Effects of Oxytocin on the PIP2 Pathway in Response to Progesterone and/or Estrogen Public Deposited

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  • Oxytocin was confirmed to have an impact of the PIP2 breakdown in ovine endometrial tissue. This experiment took two groups of ovariectomized ewes (n=5) and administered a shortened estrus cycle hormone regiment. It was found that, independent of the hormone treatments, especially P4, OT caused a small increase in the PIP2 breakdown. This breakdown of PIP2 to IP3 is significant at the 10% level.
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