Partial contributions of developmental hypoxia and undernutrition to prenatal alterations in somatic growth and cardiovascular structure and function.

@article{Camm2010PartialCO,
  title={Partial contributions of developmental hypoxia and undernutrition to prenatal alterations in somatic growth and cardiovascular structure and function.},
  author={Emily Jane Camm and Jeremy A. Hansell and Andrew D. Kane and Emilio A. Herrera and Cara J. Lewis and Samuel Po-Shing Wong and Nicholas W Morrell and Dino A Giussani},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={203 5},
  pages={495.e24-34}
}
OBJECTIVE The objective of the study was to compare and contrast the effects of developmental hypoxia vs undernutrition on fetal growth, cardiovascular morphology, and function. STUDY DESIGN On day 15 of gestation, Wistar dams were divided into control, hypoxic (10% O(2)), or undernourished (35% reduction in food intake) pregnancy. On day 20, fetal thoraces were fixed, and the fetal heart and aorta underwent quantitative histological analysis. In a separate group, fetal aortic vascular… CONTINUE READING

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