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[7,12,17] This practice may be due to the belief that delivering the fetus and placenta would correct the ongoing metabolic abnormality by removal of the placentally driven counter-regulatory hormones.
In immune-mediated HDFN, lifespan of foetal or neonatal erythrocytes are shortened by placentally transferred maternal antibodies.
As for the postnatal rapid growth of infantile hemangiomas, the most attractive hypothesis is that this results because upon separation from the placenta, the baby is suddenly freed of the influence of soluble Flt-1 and other as yet unknown placentally released inhibitors of inappropriate angiogenesis.
As for the postnatal rapid growth of infantile hemangiomas, the most attractive hypothesis is that after separation from the placenta, the baby is suddenly freed of the influence of placentally released inhibitors of inappropriate angiogenesis.
[2] Immune mediated HDFN is an ailment in which lifespan of infant's erythrocytes are shortened by the action of placentally transferred maternal antibodies specific for inherited paternal red cell antigens.
Although the transcriptional expression of its hypothalamic neuropeptide targets NPY, AgRP, POMC, and CART in the human [24, 25] and rat placenta [20] is well established, whether they are also placentally produced and regulated by IL-6 during mouse pregnancy remains unknown.
Circulating placentally produced mRNA, for example, is packaged in particles that can be partially removed by filters with pore sizes of 0.45 [micro]m (5).
miRNAs exhibiting signal intensities in placental samples > 100 times those of the corresponding whole blood samples were selected as placentally produced miRNAs.
The relative quantification and comparison of allelic-expression ratios for a placentally expressed gene encoded by chromosome 21 enables the clear detection of differences in expression by 2 or 3 copies of the chromosome.
Quantitive comparison of the allelic expression ratios of a placentally expressed, chromosome 21-encoded gene, placenta-specific 4 (PLAC4), enabled detection in maternal plasma of the differences between 2 (normal) or 3 copies of chromosome 21 (2).
The methylation pattern of the RASSF1A promoter in the placenta and maternal blood cells allows the use of methylation-sensitive restriction enzyme digestion for specifically cutting the maternally derived background RASSF1A sequences while leaving the placentally (fetal) derived RASSF1A sequences intact.
In particular, mRNA molecules of placentally expressed genes are detectable in maternal plasma (2, 3), and they offer the opportunity for noninvasive placental gene expression profiling (4).
The presence of circulatory placentally derived fetal mRNA was assayed by a real-time reverse transcriptionPCR assay for corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) mRNA transcripts as described previously (7, 9) (see Table 1 in the online Data Supplement).
Developmental control and alternative splicing of the placentally expressed transcripts from the human growth hormone gene cluster.