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may regulate granulosa cell growth and ovarian follicle formation [RGD, Feb 2006].. Additionally we are shipping BMP15 Kits (28) and BMP15 Proteins (10) and many more products for this protein.
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Human Polyclonal BMP15 Primary Antibody for IHC (p), WB - ABIN388450
Liao, Moore, Otsuka, Shimasaki et al.: Effect of intracellular interactions on the processing and secretion of bone morphogenetic protein-15 (BMP-15) and growth and differentiation factor-9. Implication of the aberrant ovarian phenotype ... in The Journal of biological chemistry 2003
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Human Polyclonal BMP15 Primary Antibody for WB - ABIN388449
Moore, Otsuka, Shimasaki: Molecular basis of bone morphogenetic protein-15 signaling in granulosa cells. in The Journal of biological chemistry 2002
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Human Polyclonal BMP15 Primary Antibody for EIA, WB - ABIN357177
Galloway, McNatty, Cambridge, Laitinen, Juengel, Jokiranta, McLaren, Luiro, Dodds, Montgomery, Beattie, Davis, Ritvos: Mutations in an oocyte-derived growth factor gene (BMP15) cause increased ovulation rate and infertility in a dosage-sensitive manner. in Nature genetics 2000
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Human Polyclonal BMP15 Primary Antibody for EIA, IHC (p) - ABIN357178
Aaltonen, Laitinen, Vuojolainen, Jaatinen, Horelli-Kuitunen, Seppä, Louhio, Tuuri, Sjöberg, Bützow, Hovata, Dale, Ritvos: Human growth differentiation factor 9 (GDF-9) and its novel homolog GDF-9B are expressed in oocytes during early folliculogenesis. in The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism 1999
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Human Polyclonal BMP15 Primary Antibody for EIA, IF - ABIN1449918
Massagué: The transforming growth factor-beta family. in Annual review of cell biology 1991
Incubation with antiserum increased oocyte maturaation whereas incubation with recombinant human BMP-15 suppressed human chorionic gonadotropin-induced oocyte maturation.
BMP-15 modulates follicular growth and prevents premature oocyte maturation in zebrafish.
These findings suggest that activin-A (show INHBA Antibodies), TGF-beta1 (show TGFB1 Antibodies), and BMP-15 may target common gene(s) to regulate oocyte maturation.
GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) c.169G>T (D57Y), c.546G>A (rs1049127), and BMP15 rs79377927 (788_789insTCT) were associated with premature ovarian failure in the Chinese Hui population.
BMP15 supplementation differentially modulates reductive metabolism and mitochondrial localization within the oocyte.
results support a model of activation for human GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) dependent on cumulin formation through heterodimerization with BMP15. Oocyte-secreted cumulin is likely to be a central regulator of fertility in mono-ovular mammals.
GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP15 expression is reduced in primordial, primary, and secondary follicles in ovarian tissues of PCOS patients.
The results showed no direct association between BMP15-9G or 852T and the development of premature ovarian failure (POF (show POF1B Antibodies)). Women with the 538A mutation are up to five times more likely to develop POF (show POF1B Antibodies). The 788insTCT polymorphism had low biological impact.
the BMP15 c.-9G allele is related to BMP15 increased transcription, supporting c.-9C>G as a causal agent of premature ovarian failure
BMP15 polymorphism is not associated with ovarian reserve.
BMP15 is a critical regulator of folliculogenesis and granulosa cell activities. Variations in BMP15 gene dosage have a relevant influence on ovarian function and can account for several defects of female fertility.
Data suggest upregulation of mRNA for BMP15 and GDF9 (growth differentiation factor 9 (show GDF9 Antibodies)) in cumulus granulosa cells serves as biomarker for oocyte maturation, fertilization, embryo quality, and pregnancy in couples undergoing ICSI for male infertility.
Oocyte-derived BMP15 decreases gap junction intercellular communication activity between human granulosa cells by down-regulating Cx43 (show GJA1 Antibodies) expression, most likely via a Smad (show SMAD1 Antibodies)-dependent signaling pathway.
Data show that Rac1 induced nuclear import of STAT3 (show STAT3 Antibodies) by physical binding, and nuclear STAT3 (show STAT3 Antibodies) directly activated the transcription of essential oocyte-specific genes, including Jagged1 (show JAG1 Antibodies), GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP15.
modified oocyte glycoproteins alter GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies):BMP15 expression modifying follicle development resulting in the generation of more follicles
findings that GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies):BMP15 heterodimers are the most bioactive ligands in mice and humans compared with homodimers explain many puzzling genetic and physiological data and have important implications for improving female fertility in mammals
show that purified mature regions of GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP15 synergistically interact in a specific manner which is not dependent on the presence of a pro-region.
Integral role of GDF-9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP-15 in ovarian function.
oocyte-derived GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and Bmp15 coordinate to promote the development of cumulus cells E2 and oocyte-derived paracrine factors GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and bone morphogenetic protein 15 coordinate to promote the development of cumulus cells
The results showed that both GDF-9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP-15 were detectable in oocytes from primary follicles onward, besides, BMP-15 also presented in granulosa cells (GCs (show UGCG Antibodies)) and follicular follicle of mature follicles in mouse
bone morphogenetic protein-15 could play a physiological role in the monotropic rise of FSH (show BRD2 Antibodies) secretion by the pituitary during the estrous and menstrual cycle
GCNF (show NR6A1 Antibodies)-dependent repression of Bmp15 mediates gamete regulation of female fertility.
These results show that GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP15 participate in cumulus expansion and that they stimulate MPF (show MSLN Antibodies) and MAPK (show MAPK1 Antibodies) activities in porcine oocytes during in vitro maturation.
Report temporal regulation of BMP15 mRNA expression in the oocyte, granulosa and theca cells of developing preovulatory follicles in the pig.
Amphiregulin (show AREG Antibodies) co-operates with bone morphogenetic protein 15 to increase bovine oocyte developmental competence.
In conclusion, BMP-15 should be considered as a potential genetic marker for sperm quality, based on its association with fresh sperm motility.
BMP15 and FGF10 (show FGF10 Antibodies) stimulate expansion of in cumulus-oocyte complexes by driving glucose metabolism toward hyaluronic acid production and controlling gene expression in the ovulatory cascade.
Immunization against GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) and BMP15, alone or together, altered follicular development and ovulation rate in cattle.
BMP15 expression in the oocytes of calf and adult ovaries was not significantly different. BMP15 transcripts were detected in ovarian tissues, but were not detected in any other tissues examined by RT-PCR.
Maternal BMP15 transcripts persisted during oocyte in vitro maturation and fertilization and in preimplantation embryo until the five- to eight-cell or morula stage, but transcription was not reactivated at the time of embryonic genome activation.
polymorphism in the bovine bone morphogenetic protein 15 (BMP15) gene
Studied six SNPs in goat BMPR1B (show BMPR1B Antibodies), BMP15, and GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) for their association with litter size in seven breeds of Indian goats. Found no association between these SNPs and prolificacy in the breeds investigated.
Expression of BMP15 (p < 0.01) and GDF9 (show GDF9 Antibodies) (p < 0.05) mRNAs was more abundant in the small than the large antral follicles of Black Bengal goat.
Mutations in BMP15 gene has been associated with prolificacy.
The expression level of BMP15 mRNA in follicle of Lezhi black goat was 5.72-fold greater than that in Tibetan goat.
may regulate granulosa cell growth and ovarian follicle formation
bone morphogenetic protein 15
, bone morphogenetic protein 15-like
, growth/differentiation factor 9B
, growth differentiation factor-9B
, bone morphogenetic protein 15 proprotein
, growth differentiation factor 9B