Increased Corticosterone Levels due to Chronic Stress Reduces IGF-II Expression in Rattus norvigecus
Keywords:Corticosterone, Chronic Stress
The optimal folliculogenesis process describes a good condition of the female reproductive system.
One of the main growth factors in the folliculogenesis is IGF-II which is important for proliferation and
differentiation of granulosa cells and also steroidogenesis. Chronic stress can cause ovulation failure and
folliculogenesis disorders. Increased corticosterone levels due to chronic stress will cause disruption in the
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