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Prostaglandins in fertility control - 2

Conference on Prostaglandins in Fertility Control (3rd 1972 Karolinska Institutet)

Prostaglandins in fertility control - 2

reports from a conference on analytical procedures, metabolism and clinical evaluation

by Conference on Prostaglandins in Fertility Control (3rd 1972 Karolinska Institutet)

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Published by World Health Organization, Research and Training Centre on Human Reproduction, Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prostaglandins -- Congresses.,
  • Birth control -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by] S. Bergström, K. Gréen and B. Samuelsson.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsBergström, Sune., Samuelsson, Bengt., World Health Organization. Research and Training Centre on Human Reproduction., Karolinska mediko-kirurgiska institutet.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination258 p.
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16976166M

    Prostaglandins (PGs) have been reported to be present in the seminal fluid and cervical mucus, affecting different stages of sperm maturation from spermatogenesis to the acrosome reaction. This study assessed the effects of low physiological PGE2 and PGF2α concentrations on human sperm motility and on the ability of the spermatozoa to bind to the zona pellucida (ZP). Human Cited by: 3. This volume contains abstracts of most of the significant scientific literature dealing with prostaglandins published between ~when certain biologically active tissue extracts first stimulated the speculation of researchers~and ~when the use of prostaglandins for experimental control of fertility and induction of labor had been reported from six countries.

    Prostaglandin E 2 (PGE 2) - the most abundant prostaglandin - is generated from the action of prostaglandin E synthases on prostaglandin H 2 (prostaglandin H2, PGH 2). Several prostaglandin E synthases have been identified. To date, microsomal prostaglandin E synthase-1 emerges as a key enzyme in the formation of PGE 2. fertility control and its availability, as well as the distinction between controlling fertility in an individual deer versus an entire population. This document examines the more com-mon questions raised about fertility control in urban deer and provides a factual basis for evaluating the potential use of.

      At the Society for Theriogenology Conference, held Aug. in Louisville, Ky., Carlos R. F. Pinto, MedVet, PhD, Dipl. ACT, presented a lecture on using prostaglandin F 2? (PGF) to control.   Infertility in mammalian females has been a challenge in reproductive medicine. The causes of female infertility include anovulation, ovulated oocyte defects, abnormal fertilization, and insufficient luteal support for embryo development, as well as early implantation. Ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization and luteal support regimens have been performed for decades to increase fertility Cited by: 9.


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The role of prostaglandins in physiological events and pathological disorders related to human reproduction has been most actively investigated in the past decade.

Their clinical use for fertility regulation, extensively evaluated, represents the most common clinical indication for the administration of these remarkable : Paperback. The role of prostaglandins in physiological events and pathological disorders related to human reproduction has been most actively investigated in the past decade.

Their clinical use for fertility regulation, extensively evaluated, represents the most common clinical indication for theBrand: Springer Netherlands. Third Conference on Prostaglandins in Fertility Control [K; Green K; Samuelsson, B (eds) Bergstrom] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

DEER FERTILITY CONTROL Prostaglandin F2 -mediated fertility control in captive white-tailed deer Robert B. Waddell, David A. Osborn, Robert. The chapter also discusses the use of intravenous prostaglandin E 2 in inducing abortion in the middle trimester.

An advantage of the intra-amniotic injection of a prostaglandin compared with either oral or intravenous administration is a lower incidence of systemic side-effects, and in particular, a reduction in untoward gastrointestinal.

Lutalyse™, produced by Upjohn (prostaglandin PGF2), is routinely used in feedlot cattle during the first days of gestation and will cause abortion within 35 days of injection.

DeNicola et al. () and Waddell et al. () reduced fertility in white-tailed deer by injecting Lutalyse™. Report from meetings of the Prostaglandin Task Force Steering Committee, Chapel Hill, June, Stockholm, October, Geneva, FebruaryAuthor: Sune Bergström ; Prostaglandin Task Force.

Company Fertility Research (Duncan’s group) initiated research, in collaboration with scientists of John Babcock’s group, to investigate prostaglandins for luteolytic activity.

John and Bruce chose PGF2. as the prostaglandin to investigate and chose the pseudopregnant rat as the animal model to investigate Size: KB. Clinical Applications of Prostaglandins in Dogs and Cats by Edward C.

Briles, DVM* Lawrence E. Evans, DVM, PhD** Inthebiological sciences todaythere are few substances that generate as much interest as prostaglandins. They have found widespread use in veterinary medicine, yet are only ap­ proved by the FDA for specific uses in cattle andhorses.

Prostaglandins are biochemical substances that produce effects like hormones, but their signals to the body are restricted to the area where they were produced. In females, prostaglandins can cause uterine muscles to contract and blood vessels in the uterine lining to constrict.

This normally occurs during menstruation and labor. The Series 2 family includes a number of prostaglandins such as pge 2 pgf 2a and pgd 2,prostacyclins such as pgI 2, thromboxanes such as TXA 2, leukotrienes and lipoxins. Series 3 prostaglandins are produced on another pathway entirely, one that begins with triple unsaturated alpha-linolenic acid, found in seed oils of northern origin, like flax.

Prostaglandins control several processes in the body, especially as it relates to the healing process. When tissue is damaged or infected, this group of hormones will create the reactions that cause pain, fever and inflammation, which sparks the healing process.

Prostaglandins also stimulate the formation. Table summarizes the relative indications, contraindications, and complications of 12 different approaches to fertility control. In managing complications associated with contraceptive methods, for the most part it is best to avoid a polypharmacy approach that may include measures such as prescribing diuretics for pill-induced.

The role of prostaglandins in physiological events and pathological disorders related to human reproduction has been most actively investigated in the past decade.

Their clinical use for fertility. Prostaglandins are important regulators of endometrial function. In turn, their secretion is controlled by endocrine and paracrine mediators.

Cyclical effects of ovarian oestrogen and progesterone throughout the menstrual or oestrous cycle result in overall higher levels of prostaglandin release during the secretory or luteal phase of the cycle than during the Cited by: Prostaglandins are formed from one of three fatty acids that give rise to different families of compounds depending on the number of unsaturated carbon-to-carbon double bonds that are left in the final molecule; dihomogamma linolenic acid has one double bond, arachidonic (eicosatetraenoic) acid has two.

Diarrhea during your period is a sign that you have too many prostaglandins. While prostaglandins cause uterine muscle contraction (aka menstrual cramps), they also affect the bowels.

Prostaglandins stimulate contracting and relaxing the muscles of the digestive tract, which is why your period can cause changes in your bowels. Once a month vaginal administration of Prostaglandin E 2 and F 2 for fertility control.

Csapo AI, Kivikoski A, Wiest WG. Massive initial Prostaglandin impact in postconceptional therapy. Prostaglandins ; – PubMed Bygdeman M and Hafez ESE (Eids) Prostaglandins and Fertility Regulation, MIT Press Ltd, Lancaster, pp 83 Cited by:   The median duration of a menstrual cycle is 28 days with most cycle lengths between 25 to 30 days.

The menstrual cycle may be divided into two phases: (1) follicular or proliferative phase, and (2) the luteal or secretory phase. The follicular phase begins from the first day of menses until by: progesterone only form of birth control; injected every 3 months; uterine cycles are initially irregular and eventually cease in roughly 50% of women using this product; most common problems with this is a tendency to gain weight and a slow return to fertility.

Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Makerere University College, Medical School, P.O. BoxKampala, by:   Reptd use of prostaglandins to induce abortions noted in light of reptd synthesis by Dr E J Corey of Last 2 of body's 6 primary prostaglandins; details in birth control .Prostaglandins in fertility control Responsibility: [Reports from a conference on analytical procedures, ́ metabolism and clinical evaluation] editors, S.

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