Artificial Menses Fluid or Simulated Menses Fluid (BZ266)
This simulated fluid is only used in the field of scientific research and For in vitro use only.
Pack Size: 100 mL, 200 mL, 500 mL, 1000 mL
pH is 7.40 (can be customized on the request as per the customer’s project requirement)
Validity: 6 months
Transportation and storage: transportation at room temperature, storage at 2-8 ℃.
Simulated Menses Fluid Features & Notes:
1. Simulated Menses Fluid is a sterile solution and can be used directly.
2. Simulated Menses Fluid, stored at 4 degrees, transported at room temperature.
3. This Simulated Menses Fluid is limited to the scientific research of professionals, and cannot be used for clinical diagnosis or treatment, and cannot be used for food or medicine, and cannot be stored in ordinary houses.
4. For your safety and health, please wear a lab coat and disposable gloves.
Menstrual blood is a complex biological fluid composed of blood, vaginal secretions, and the endometrial cells of the uterine wall as they exist immediately prior to menses. These cells are the end product of a dynamic cyclical process focused on pregnancy and reproduction. Consequently, many of the proteins in these cells are expressed in preparation for blastocyst implantation and nurturing. Other proteins in the menstrual blood proteome are a consequence of no implantation and include proteolytic enzymes, cytokines, members of apoptotic pathways, and a host of proteins from the diverse types of immune cells that are an integral part of menstruation. Protein expression in all organs is a consequence of function. In the uterus, however, function changes on a near-daily basis. Consequently, evaluation of the menstrual blood proteome depends on an understanding of the complex uterine cycle.
The uterus is composed of three main layers: 1) the luminal facing endometrium, 2) the visceral muscle myometrium immediately beneath it, and 3) the perimetrium, a serous membrane facing the abdominal cavity. The endometrium, which undergoes the greatest changes in response to the monthly endocrine cycle and is shed during menstruation, is further divided into a functional layer, the stratum functionalis, which faces the lumen, and a basal layer beneath it, the stratum basalis. By convention, the menstrual cycle begins on the first day of menses and has an idealized duration of 28 days. Ovulation occurs on ∼day 14, with the prior 10 days denoted as the proliferative phase of the cycle and the following 2 weeks the secretory phase. At the beginning of the menstrual cycle, estrogen and progesterone concentrations are at their lowest levels. Menstruation typically lasts ∼4 days after which the uterus is denuded of the stratum functionalis and much of the stratum basalis.
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