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CAN MOUSE BLASTOCYSTS STIMULATE A UTERINE RESPONSE BEFORE LOSING THE ZONA PELLUCIDA?
The decidual reaction constitutes an important part of the response of the uterus to the embryo which it contains; yet in no species has it so far been possible to identify what feature of the embryo stimulates this response. The mouse is a suitable species in which to investigate this point, since the decidual reaction is intense and relatively precocious. Having established that the distension of the uterus caused by the physical presence of the blastocyst was not responsible for inducing thedoi:10.1530/jrf.0.0190199 pmid:4183292 fatcat:hgjmhk5g6naanpdu237u2hdmsm