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The aims of this study are to delineate expression of a novel REST-miRNA mediated tissue remodeling pathway in adenomyosis and define its function using novel experimental mouse models, and to delineate REST-miR-137-3p (A) and REST-miR-29b-3p (B) mediators and mechanisms relevant to adenomyosis pathophysiology.
Adenomyosis is a nonmalignant uterine disease characterized by endometrial stroma and glands found within the myometrium.1 Adenomyosis has been associated with heavy and painful menstrual periods, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, and reproductive dysfunction. However, now that imaging is identifying adenomyosis in younger and more varied women than those electing hysterectomy where pathological diagnosis occurred, many of our assumptions about the clinical disease are changing.
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