Perspectives for Future Research on the Uterus
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The papers presented in this symposium represent a good part of the research on the uterus. These areas of research are important and will continue to bring us new and exciting information. In this paper, I will describe several areas of the uterine research which need further studies.
KeywordsBasal Lamina Trophoblast Cell Luminal Epithelium Vaginal Epithelium Decidual Cell
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