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Discussion: glycodelins in fertility regulation

Glycodelin from seminal plasma is a differentially glycosylated form of contraceptive glycodelin-A

Meet the multifunctional and sexy glycoforms of glycodelin

Oligosaccharides modulate the apoptotic activity of glycodelin

Glycodelin-A as a modulator of trophoblast invasion

The synthesis and fate of glycodelin in human ovary during folliculogenesis

The synthesis and fate of glycodelin in human ovary during folliculogenesis

Histone deacetylase inhibitor-induced glycodelin enhances the initial step of implantation

The ovary is not a major source of placental protein 14 (glycodelin).

Glycodelins: role in regulation of reproduction, potential for contraceptive development and diagnosis of male infertility

Glycosylation related actions of glycodelin: gamete, cumulus cell, immune cell and clinical associations

The induction of baboon glycodelin expression by progesterone is not through Sp1

Relaxin stimulates glycodelin mRNA and protein concentrations in human endometrial glandular epithelial cells

Cumulus-associated α2-macroglobulin derivative retains proconceptive glycodelin-C in the human cumulus matrix

Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device-wearing women express contraceptive glycodelin A in endometrium during midcycle: another contraceptive mechanism?

The value of a single combined measurement of VEGF, glycodelin, progesterone, PAPP-A, HPL and LIF for differentiating between ectopic and abnormal intrauterine pregnancy

Glycodelin levels in uterine flushings and in plasma of patients with leiomyomas and polyps: implications for implantation

Glycodelin blocks progression to S phase and inhibits cell growth: a possible progesterone-induced regulator for endometrial epithelial cell growth


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A protein (progestagen-dependent endometrial protein, pregnancy-associated endometrial α2-globulin, placental protein-14, 162 aa) secreted by the human endometrium under the influence of progesterone but also found, in a differently glycosylated form, in seminal plasma. It is highly homologous to β-*lactoglobulin and may be angiogenic.

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