1 Follistatin is essential for normal postnatal development and function of mouse oviduct and uterus
SJ Holdsworth-Carson, RG Craythorn, WR Winnall, K Dhaliwal, R Genovese, CJ Nowell, PAW Rogers, DM de Kretser, MP Hedger, JE Girling
Reproduction, Fertility and Development | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2015
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The authors wish to thank the staff of the Monash Medical Centre Animal House and Sarah Badelow, Matthew Chapman (Victorian Cancer Biobank, Royal Melbourne Hospital), Sue Haywood, Fiona Lederman, Michelle Lockhart, Carl Sprung, Yuqing Yang and Marina Zaitseva for their technical help and assistance. The research was supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant (No. 606545) to J. E. G., M. P. H., D. M. deK. and P. A. W. R., the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program and a Monash Postgraduate Scholarship to R. G. C.