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[Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S].
Usp Fiziol Nauk. 2015 Oct-Dec; 46(4):74-89.UF

Abstract

This review discusses the management of ovarian function and participation in the process of a new class of cellular regulators--Gasotransmitters (NO, CO and H2S). According to modern concepts in regulatory processes, in addition to hypothalamic-pituitary mechanisms involved a large and diverse group of ovary cells (interstitial, internal theca and atretic bodies, follicular epithelium, teka-luteal and granulosa-luteal cells of the corpus luteum), which not only mediate the gonadotropic stimulation, but satisfy the for the production of a wide range of biologically active substances. These materials are expected to participate in all these processes gaseous mediators. However, our knowledge of topochemistry, mechanisms and the role of these substances in the important organs of the reproductive system-ovary, fragmentary and do not allow to form a holistic understanding of the cellular mechanisms by which Gasotransmitters have a regulating effect on the individual structures of the ovary in normal functioning of the body and disease. Creation of an experimental model for studying the mechanisms of gaseous mediators in different cell types of ovarian, including endothelial and smooth muscle cells of blood vessels, in which the functional significance of these substances may be particularly significant, will provide fundamental knowledge for the development of new approaches to the treatment of diseases of the reproductive system.

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English Abstract
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Review

Language

rus

PubMed ID

27183785

Citation

Chertok, V M., and V G. Zenkina. "[Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S]." Uspekhi Fiziologicheskikh Nauk, vol. 46, no. 4, 2015, pp. 74-89.
Chertok VM, Zenkina VG. [Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S]. Usp Fiziol Nauk. 2015;46(4):74-89.
Chertok, V. M., & Zenkina, V. G. (2015). [Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S]. Uspekhi Fiziologicheskikh Nauk, 46(4), 74-89.
Chertok VM, Zenkina VG. [Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S]. Usp Fiziol Nauk. 2015 Oct-Dec;46(4):74-89. PubMed PMID: 27183785.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Regulation of Ovarian Function: Part of the Gas Transmitters NO, CO and H2S]. AU - Chertok,V M, AU - Zenkina,V G, PY - 2016/5/18/entrez PY - 2016/5/18/pubmed PY - 2016/6/23/medline SP - 74 EP - 89 JF - Uspekhi fiziologicheskikh nauk JO - Usp Fiziol Nauk VL - 46 IS - 4 N2 - This review discusses the management of ovarian function and participation in the process of a new class of cellular regulators--Gasotransmitters (NO, CO and H2S). According to modern concepts in regulatory processes, in addition to hypothalamic-pituitary mechanisms involved a large and diverse group of ovary cells (interstitial, internal theca and atretic bodies, follicular epithelium, teka-luteal and granulosa-luteal cells of the corpus luteum), which not only mediate the gonadotropic stimulation, but satisfy the for the production of a wide range of biologically active substances. These materials are expected to participate in all these processes gaseous mediators. However, our knowledge of topochemistry, mechanisms and the role of these substances in the important organs of the reproductive system-ovary, fragmentary and do not allow to form a holistic understanding of the cellular mechanisms by which Gasotransmitters have a regulating effect on the individual structures of the ovary in normal functioning of the body and disease. Creation of an experimental model for studying the mechanisms of gaseous mediators in different cell types of ovarian, including endothelial and smooth muscle cells of blood vessels, in which the functional significance of these substances may be particularly significant, will provide fundamental knowledge for the development of new approaches to the treatment of diseases of the reproductive system. SN - 0301-1798 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/27183785/[Regulation_of_Ovarian_Function:_Part_of_the_Gas_Transmitters_NO_CO_and_H2S]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -
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