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  • Uncovering changes in proteomic signature of rat pelvic floor muscles in pregnancy. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Obstet Gynecol 2019 Apr 29
  • Burnett LA, Boscolo FS, … Alperin M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pelvic floor muscles gain a distinct proteomic signature in pregnancy, which provides a mechanistic foundation for the antepartum physiological alterations acquired by these muscles. Variability in genes encoding these proteins may alter plasticity of the pelvic floor muscles and therefore the extent of the protective pregnancy-induced adaptations. Furthermore, pelvic floor muscles' proteome is divergent from that of the nonpelvic skeletal muscles.
  • Keeping the pelvic floor healthy. [Journal Article]
  • CClimacteric 2019; 22(3):257-262
  • Dumoulin C, Pazzoto Cacciari L, Mercier J
  • Female pelvic floor muscles form a diaphragm that spans the entire pelvic cavity. They consist of the fibers of the coccygeus and the levator ani muscles, the latter of which is composed of five part…
  • Transvaginal Mesh Insertion in the Ovine Model. [Journal Article]
  • JVJ Vis Exp 2017 07 27; (125)
  • Urbankova I, Callewaert G, … Deprest J
  • This protocol describes mesh insertion into the rectovaginal septum in sheep using a single vaginal incision technique, with and without the trocar-guided insertion of anchoring arms. Parous sheep un…
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