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Meena P Desai et al.
Journal of clinical laboratory analysis, 21(2), 55-60 (2007-03-28)
This study characterizes age-related changes in bone turnover markers in relation to ovarian hormones. The data (N = 236) were divided into 5-year age bands and three groups: premenopausal (Group I, N = 139), perimenopausal (Group II, N = 30)
N Santoro et al.
The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism, 93(5), 1711-1721 (2008-02-21)
Reproductive hormones are incompletely characterized during the menopause transition (MT). Increased anovulation and decreased progesterone accompany progress through the MT. The Daily Hormone Study (DHS) of the Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN) included 848 women aged 43-53
Sarah L West et al.
Bone, 44(1), 137-144 (2008-10-22)
The benefits of exercise are widely recognized, however physically active women can develop exercise associated menstrual cycle disturbances such as amenorrhea (i.e., estrogen deficiency) secondary to a chronic energy deficiency. To assess the effects of exercise status and estrogen deficiency
Longitudinal fecal hormone analysis for monitoring reproductive activity in the female polar bear (Ursus maritimus)
Stoops MA, et al.
Theriogenology, 78(9), 1977-1986 (2012)
Dana Rochester et al.
Fertility and sterility, 92(4), 1410-1415 (2008-10-03)
To determine whether obesity-related reproductive endocrine abnormalities in ovulatory women are reversible with weight loss. Observational cohort study. Healthy volunteers in an academic research environment. Women aged 18-48 years with regular menstrual cycles 21-40 days and a body mass index
Kevin D Beck et al.
Behavioural pharmacology, 19(8), 821-828 (2008-11-21)
Although anecdotal reports suggest that associative learning processes are affected by menstrual phase, empirical evidence has been equivocal. Moreover, there is a dearth of research concerning fluctuations of artificial or exogenous female hormones on learning and memory. Therefore, in this
Robert W Shumaker et al.
Interdisciplinary topics in gerontology, 36, 147-161 (2008-06-05)
Data from wild populations demonstrate that orangutans have the slowest life history of all the great apes. In this chapter, we provide an overview of reproduction and life history traits of female orangutans in the wild and captivity. This comparison
Jason D Vescovi et al.
Physiology & behavior, 95(1-2), 48-55 (2008-05-30)
We compared bone mineral density (BMD) and content (BMC), menstrual and metabolic status between physically active women with 1) high cognitive dietary restraint (High-CDR) (score > or = 9, n=38) and Normal-CDR (score<9, n=46) and 2) across quartiles of CDR
Natsuki Hama et al.
The Journal of veterinary medical science, 71(7), 879-884 (2009-08-05)
In order to enable monitoring of the reproductive status of the female giant panda after observation of estrus behavior, we developed an enzyme immunoassay (EIA) system for urinary pregnanediol-3-glucuronide (PdG), a progesterone metabolite, using commercial reagents and examined the changes
Ana Direito et al.
Fertility and sterility, 99(1), 279-285 (2012-09-25)
To describe the LH surge variants in ovulating women and analyze their relationship with the day of ovulation and other hormone levels. Secondary analysis of a prospective cohort observational study. Eight natural family planning clinics. Normally fertile women (n =
Lubna Pal et al.
Fertility and sterility, 93(4), 1074-1079 (2008-12-23)
To elucidate the reproductive hormone profiles in association with a diagnosis of diminished ovarian reserve (DOR). Prospective observational study. Academic tertiary care infertility practice. Eight regularly cycling infertile women diagnosed with DOR as the underlying contributor to infertility and 14
Characterization of the ovarian cycle in the two-toed sloths (Choloepus didactylus): an innovative, reliable, and noninvasive method using fecal hormone analyses
Troll S, et al.
Theriogenology, 80(3), 275-283 (2013)
M J De Souza et al.
Human reproduction (Oxford, England), 25(2), 491-503 (2009-12-01)
The identification of subtle menstrual cycle disturbances requires daily hormone assessments. In contrast, the identification of severe menstrual disturbances, such as amenorrhea and oligomenorrhea, can be established by clinical observation. The primary purpose of this study was to determine the
Ganesa Wegienka et al.
BMC research notes, 5, 261-261 (2012-05-31)
Sex hormones may play an important role in observed gender differences in asthma incidence and severity, as well as in the observed changes in asthma symptoms during times of hormonal fluctuation (i.e.; premenstrual, pregnancy, etc.). This pilot study sought to
Kathleen A O'Connor et al.
Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention : a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology, 18(3), 828-836 (2009-02-26)
Detailed characterization of estrogen dynamics during the transition to menopause is an important step toward understanding its potential implications for reproductive cancers developing in the transition years. We conducted a 5-year prospective study of endogenous levels of total and unopposed
Aaryn C Mustoe et al.
American journal of primatology, 74(11), 1044-1053 (2012-08-07)
Endocrine data and characteristics of nonconceptive ovarian cycling and pregnancy are limited within the genus Callithrix to the common marmoset (C. jacchus) and Wied's black tufted-ear marmoset (C. kuhlii). This article presents patterns of urinary pregnanediol-3-glucuronide (PdG) excretion, as determined
Katherine Wander et al.
American journal of physical anthropology, 136(2), 138-146 (2008-02-08)
C-reactive protein (CRP) is a widely used, sensitive biomarker of inflammation. Studies conducted among users of exogenous hormones suggest that estrogen increases CRP, whereas progesterone decreases CRP. Examinations of CRP in normally cycling women suggest the opposite: CRP is negatively
Jennifer E Mersereau et al.
Menopause (New York, N.Y.), 15(3), 482-486 (2008-01-19)
To compare daily reproductive hormone secretion in regularly menstruating older versus younger women. This was a prospective cohort study. Daily morning urine samples were obtained from 106 women, 28 of whom were aged between 20 and 34 years (mean: 27.8+/-3.7
Jennifer L Bedford et al.
European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology, 146(1), 76-80 (2009-06-26)
To assess computerised least-squares analysis of quantitative basal temperature (LS-BT) against urinary pregnanediol glucuronide (PdG) as an indirect measure of ovulation, and to evaluate the stability of LS-QBT to wake-time variation. Cross-sectional study of 40 healthy, normal-weight, regularly menstruating women
Emma O'Donnell et al.
American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism, 292(5), E1401-E1409 (2007-01-18)
The cardiovascular consequences of hypoestrogenism in premenopausal women are unclear. Accordingly, the influence of menstrual status and endogenous estrogen (E(2)) exposure on blood pressure (BP), heart rate (HR), and calf blood flow in young (18-35 yr) regularly exercising premenopausal women
Characterization of the ovarian cycle in the two-toed sloths (Choloepus didactylus): an innovative, reliable, and noninvasive method using fecal hormone analyses
Troll S, et al.
Theriogenology (2013)
Endocrine pregnancy monitoring in the two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus):?Pregnant or not pregnant?
Troll S, et al.
Theriogenology, 84(1), 137-144 (2015)
Hormonal Smartphone Diagnostics
Matias-Garcia PR, et al.
Methods in Molecular Biology (2018)
Anne Marie Zaura Jukic et al.
Journal of women's health (2002), 16(9), 1340-1347 (2007-11-16)
Variability in menstrual cycle length, largely determined by variation in follicular phase length, is related to several health outcomes, yet the causes of this variability are incompletely understood. We sought to identify characteristics associated with follicular phase length. We used
Chest Pain with Normal Coronary Arteries: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 323-323 (2013)
Richard S Legro et al.
The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism, 93(2), 420-429 (2007-12-07)
Continuous oral contraception may better suppress the ovary and endometrium, lending itself to the treatment of other medical conditions. Our objective was to determine the effects of continuous vs. cyclical oral contraception. This was a randomized double-blind trial. This trial
Susanna J Park et al.
Fertility and sterility, 88(3), 684-690 (2007-04-17)
To define characteristics of the luteinizing hormone (LH) surge in urine. Observational study. Academic center. 46 women aged 20 to 35 years with regular menstrual cycles. Collected first morning urine daily, throughout one menstrual cycle. Urinary LH, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
J Volkery et al.
The Veterinary record, 171(8), 195-195 (2012-08-04)
The pregnancy-associated hormones, progesterone (P4), pregnanediol-3-glucuronide (PdG), relaxin (RLN) and oestrone sulphate (E1S) in plasma, saliva, milk and urine of alpacas were measured in order to assess their potential use for pregnancy diagnosis. Samples were obtained from 36 female alpacas
Carola Borries et al.
Interdisciplinary topics in gerontology, 36, 80-102 (2008-06-05)
Data from four Asian colobine populations, wild (Ramnagar) and provisioned (Jodhpur) Hanuman langurs, wild Phayre's leaf monkeys (Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary), and captive silvered langurs (Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo) were analyzed with respect to reproductive and behavioral trends of
Janine Volkery et al.
Berliner und Munchener tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 123(11-12), 500-505 (2010-12-15)
The objective of the present study was the measurement of the pregnancy associated hormones progesterone (P4) and pregnanediol-glucuronide (PdG) in saliva, milk and urine of alpacas and their potential use in pregnancy diagnosis. Sample of blood, saliva, milk and urine
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