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Objectives: The mechanisms regulating basal uteroplacental blood flow (UBF) and the greater than 30-fold increase observed in normal pregnancy remain unclear. Although vascular growth contributes in early gestation, vasodilation accounts for the exponential rise seen in the last third of...
Objectives: The underlying cellular mechanisms mediating hypoxia-induced adaptations in the fetus are poorly understood. We tested the hypothesis that hypoxia up-regulates endothelial nitric oxide synthase (NOS3, type III) protein expression in fetal hearts similar to that observed in adult...
Objective: Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) is a major fetal serum protein, the biologic role of which has not been not fully elucidated. Recently, existence of a novel AFP mRNA isoform (del. 1 AFP mRNA isoform), which is transcribed from the intron A (the intron between exons 1 and 2), has been reported...
Objective: We have previously shown that the association of protein kinase A (PKA) with purified myometrial plasma membrane declined at the end of pregnancy in the rat. This study was designed to determine if a similar decline in PKA occurred in pregnant human myometrium . Methods: Myometrial...
Objective: Pathologic placentation has been implicated in the pathogenesis of preeclamsia. We sought to assess the effect serum obtained from women with preeclampsia would have on JAR human choriocarcinoma cells regarding growth, invasiveness, and matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) secretion as...
Objective: To determine the changes in anniotic fluid (AF) volume and solute concentrations during the last 3 weeks of gestation in fetal sheep with a ligated urachus . Methods: AF volume as well as solute concentrations of AF, fetal urine, fetal blood, and maternal blood were measured serially...
Objective: We studied the impact of maternal water-restriction during rat pregnancy on newborn plasma composition, and determined the persistence of plasma composition alterations in adult offspring . Methods: Maternal dams were water-restricted from 10 days of pregnancy until term (21 days) and...
Objective: Placental hypoxia and altered placental cytokine productions have been considered to play a significant role in the pathophysiology of preeclampsia. The objective of this study was to determine whether hypoxia could modify interleukin (IL)-6, IL-8, and IL-10 production by placental...
Objective: To investigate changes in the uterine artery and ovarian stromal blood flow in relation to the time of the day after pituitary down-regulation during in vitro fertilization treatment . Methods: Thirteen women were recruited. The uterine artery blood flow was studied using pulsed color...
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