Figure 8: Proteomic profile of various factors in cervices of non- and pregnant (early and late pregnancy) mice: A: Biglycan protein levels are significantly up-regulated in late pregnancy compared to non- and early- pregnancy (n=3, p=0.05, NP/day 11 vs. day 17); B: Indolethanmine N-methyltransferase protein levels are significantly diminished in during pregnancy in general compared to non-pregnancy (n=3, p=0.05, NP vs. day 11/17); C: Levels of lumican protein decrease by about×2 folds in during pregnancy compared to non-pregnancy (n=3, p=0.05, NP vs. day 11/17); D: Vinculin protein expression increases over pregnancy (early vs. late), but are lower than in cervix of non-pregnant mice (n=3, p=0.05, NP vs. day 11; day 11 VS. day 17).