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What does P4CC stand for?

P4CC stands for post-4-cell cleavage


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After cleavage to the 4-cell stage cyclin B1 localised to the cytoplasm at the 5, 10, 18 and 25 time points and localised to the nucleus 33 h post 4-cell cleavage (P4CC). The relative abundance of cyclin B1 was not significantly different in in vivo or in vitro derived 4-cell stage embryos cultured in the absence of the RNA polymerase inhibitor α-amanitin. Cyclin B1 protein was not detectable in embryos cultured in medium without α-amanitin for 5, 10, 18 or 25 h P4CC followed by culture in medium with α-amanitin to 33 P4CC.
Analysis of in vivo- and in vitro-derived control embryos revealed a decline in cyclin B1 transcripts from 5 to 33 h post-4-cell cleavage (P4CC). The quantity of cyclin B1 for the in vivo-derived embryos at 5 and 33 h P4CC was 11. 26 and 4. 54 attomol/embryo, respectively (P < 0. 03), while the in vitro-derived embryos had 20. 18 and 7.