Amr Othman Abdekareem Mohammad Ahmad

Lecturer - Lecturer

Faculty of medicine

Address: Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Sohag University, Sohag, Egypt.



Publications Which contain the keyword: Kisspeptin

2020-03-03 08:23:59 Keywords Immunohistochemistry, metastin, Endometriosis, KISS1, Kisspeptin,
Immunoreactivity of Kisspeptin and Kisspeptin Receptor in Eutopic and Ectopic Endometrial Tissue of Women With and Without Endometriosis
Endometriosis is characterized by the presence of ectopic endometrial tissues. Mechanisms of tissue dissemination in endometriosis may be similar to those involved in tumor metastasis. We hypothesize that dysregulation of kisspeptin (KISS1), a metastasis suppressor in endometrial carcinoma, may contribute to the pathogenesis of endometriosis. In this study, we characterized the immunoreactivity of kisspeptin and its receptor, KISS1R, in eutopic ... Read more

2018-09-13 04:12:49 Keywords Immunohistochemistry, Kisspeptin, Endometriosis,
Differential expression of Kisspeptin in patients with and without endometriosis
OBJECTIVE Kisspeptin is a neuropeptide that belongs to the Rfamide family. It is known for its crucial role in regulating the onset of puberty. In addition it also regulates sex hormone mediated secretion of gonadotrophins. Recently, expression of Kisspeptin in endometrium was reported. Kisspeptin has also been shown to have antimetastatic properties in different types of cancer. Endometriosis shares many ... Read more

2018-09-13 04:15:54 Keywords Immunohistochemistry, Kisspeptin, Endometriosis,
Differential expression of Kisspeptin and its receptor in eutopic and ectopic endometrium of women with and without endometriosis
OBJECTIVE: The neuropeptide Kisspeptin regulates gonadotrophin-releasing hormone release from the hypothalamus and is expressed peripherally in the endometrium. It also has anti-metastatic effects in many types of cancer. Like cancer, endometriosis exhibits migration and invasiveness. Our objective was to evaluate the expression of Kisspeptin and its receptor in different endometriotic lesions. DESIGN: This is a case control study. MATERIALS AND ... Read more

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