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Induced Endometriosis in Nonhuman PrimatesSLAYDEN, Ov D.Biology of reproduction. 2013, Vol 88, Num 2, issn 0006-3363, 43.1-43.2Article

Alterations in progesterone receptor membrane component 2 (PGRMC2) in the endometrium of macaques afflicted with advanced endometriosisKEATOR, Christopher S; MAH, Kuni; SLAYDEN, Ov D et al.Molecular human reproduction. 2012, Vol 18, Num 5-6, pp 308-319, issn 1360-9947, 12 p.Article

Human endometriotic xenografts in immunodeficient RAG-2/γ(c)KO mice. DiscussionGREENBERG, Laura H; SLAYDEN, Ov D; BURRY, Kenneth et al.American journal of obstetrics and gynecology. 2004, Vol 190, Num 6, pp 1788-1796, issn 0002-9378, 9 p.Conference Paper

Flutamide counteracts the antiproliferative effects of antiprogestins in the primate endometriumSLAYDEN, Ov. D; BRENNER, Robert M.The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 2003, Vol 88, Num 2, pp 946-949, issn 0021-972X, 4 p.Article

Estrogen and progesterone regulate expression of the endothelins in the rhesus macaque endometriumKEATOR, Christopher S; MAH, Kuni; OHM, Lindsay et al.Human reproduction (Oxford. Print). 2011, Vol 26, Num 7, pp 1715-1728, issn 0268-1161, 14 p.Article

Anti-proliferative effects of progesterone antagonists in the primate endometrium: a potential role for the androgen receptorBRENNER, Robert M; SLAYDEN, Ov D; CRITCHLEY, Hilary O. D et al.Reproduction (Cambridge). 2002, Vol 124, Num 2, pp 167-172, issn 1470-1626Article

Estrogen increases collagen I and III mRNA expression in the pelvic support tissues of the rhesus macaqueCLARK, Amanda L; SLAYDEN, Ov D; HETTRICH, Kevin et al.American journal of obstetrics and gynecology. 2005, Vol 192, Num 5, pp 1523-1529, issn 0002-9378, 7 p.Conference Paper

Intrauterine administration of CDB-2914 (Ulipristal) suppresses the endometrium of rhesus macaquesBRENNER, Robert M; SLAYDEN, Ov D; NATH, Anita et al.Contraception (Stoneham). 2010, Vol 81, Num 4, pp 336-342, issn 0010-7824, 7 p.Article

The rhesus macaque as an animal model for pelvic organ prolapseOTTO, Lesley N; SLAYDEN, Ov D; CLARK, Amanda L et al.American journal of obstetrics and gynecology. 2002, Vol 186, Num 3, pp 416-421, issn 0002-9378Article

Immunocytochemical assessment of mitotic activity with an antibody to phosphorylated histone H3 in the macaque and human endometriumBRENNER, Robert M; SLAYDEN, Ov D; RODGERS, William H et al.Human reproduction (Oxford. Print). 2003, Vol 18, Num 6, pp 1185-1193, issn 0268-1161, 9 p.Article

Progesterone withdrawal up-regulates vascular endothelial growth factor receptor type 2 in the superficial zone stroma of the human and macaque endometrium : Potential relevance to menstruationNAYAK, Nihar R; CRITCHLEY, Hilary O. D; SLAYDEN, Ov D et al.The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 2000, Vol 85, Num 9, pp 3442-3452, issn 0021-972XArticle

Blockade of tubal patency following transcervical administration of polidocanol foam: initial studies in rhesus macaquesJENSEN, Jeffrey T; HANNA, Carol; SHAN YAO et al.Contraception (Stoneham). 2014, Vol 89, Num 6, pp 540-549, issn 0010-7824, 10 p.Article

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound reveals real-time spatial changes in vascular perfusion during early implantation in the macaque uterusKEATOR, Christopher S; LINDNER, Jonathan R; BELCIK, J. Todd et al.Fertility and sterility. 2011, Vol 95, Num 4, pp 1316-1321, issn 0015-0282, 6 p.Article

Estrogen enhances cystatin C expression in the macaque vaginaSLAYDEN, Ov D; HETTRICH, Kevin; CARROLL, Rebecca S et al.The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 2004, Vol 89, Num 2, pp 883-891, issn 0021-972X, 9 p.Article

Design, Synthesis, and SAR of New Pyrrole-Oxindole Progesterone Receptor Modulators Leading to 5-(7-Fluoro-3,3-dimethyl-2-oxo-2,3-dihydro-1H-indol-5-yl)-1-methyl-1H-pyrrole-2-carbonitrile (WAY-255348)FENSOME, Andrew; ADAMS, William R; MELENSKI, Edward G et al.Journal of medicinal chemistry (Print). 2008, Vol 51, Num 6, pp 1861-1873, issn 0022-2623, 13 p.Article

A role for the androgen receptor in the endometrial antiproliferative effects of progesterone antagonistsBRENNER, Robert M; SLAYDEN, Ov D; NAYAK, Nihar R et al.Steroids. 2003, Vol 68, Num 10-13, pp 1033-1039, issn 0039-128X, 7 p.Conference Paper

Estrogen receptor β, but not estrogen receptor α, is present in the vascular endothelium of the human and nonhuman primate endometriumCRITCHLEY, Hilary O. D; BRENNER, Robert M; HENDERSON, Teresa A et al.The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 2001, Vol 86, Num 3, pp 1370-1378, issn 0021-972XArticle

Antiprogestin-releasing intrauterine devices : a novel approach to endometrial contraceptionNAYAK, Nihar R; SLAYDEN, Ov D; MAH, Kunie et al.Contraception (Stoneham). 2007, Vol 75, Num 6S, issn 0010-7824, S104-S111, SUPConference Paper

Progesterone antagonists increase androgen receptor expression in the rhesus macaque and human endometrium : Hormones and reproductive healthSLAYDEN, Ov. D; NAYAK, Nihar R; BURTON, Kevin A et al.The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 2001, Vol 86, Num 6, pp 2668-2679, issn 0021-972XArticle

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