- (embryology) the organic process whereby a fertilized egg becomes implanted in the lining of the uterus of placental mammals
How To Use nidation In A Sentence
- It was noted that progesterone alone, in contrast with the rat which requires oestrogen for nidation, can maintain blastocysts through nidation in the ovariectomized hamster.
- In 1863 Debus transformed hydrocyanic acid into methylamine with platinum black; however, this reaction is fugitive and soon ceases because cyanidation of the metal rapidly destroys its capacity to induce the reaction. Paul Sabatier - Nobel Lecture
- It is essential for the nidation of the conceptus and is thought to inhibit myometrial contractility, thereby ensuring that the uterus is kept in a quiescent state throughout pregnancy.
- For some it dates from the first instant; for others it could not at least precede nidation implantation in the uterus. Do Embryos Have Souls?
- The tissue sample should be aspired either with a Novak cannula or with a plastic Cornier's Pipelle around the time when nidation normally takes place, which means between day 20 to 22 of the cycle.
- Reabsorption of these minute embryos due to lack of nidation will lead the dog owner to believe that conception did not occur when in fact it did.
- In contrast, phase II metabolism, including acetylation, sulfonation, conjugation, and glucuronidation, is little changed with aging.
- Adverse effects on nidation in rats, embryo viability in mice, and metabolism in vitro of rat testis and human spermatozoa have been attributed to Lithium, as have teratogenicity in submammalian species and cleft palate in mice. TreeHugger
- The two metabolites of morphine, morphine-3-glucuronide (M3G) and morphine-6-glucuronide (M6G), are mainly formed by morphine glucuronidation in the liver.
- Glutathione conjugation uses Nacetylcysteine, cysteine, and methionine; cystine is used for sulfation; and glucuronidation requires pantothenic acid.