Placental miR-1301 is dysregulated in early-onset preeclampsia and inversely correlated with maternal circulating leptin.

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INTRODUCTION miRNAs are small non-coding RNAs important for the regulation of mRNA in many organs including placenta. Adipokines and specifically leptin are known to be dysregulated in preeclampsia, but little is known regarding their regulation by miRNAs during pregnancy. METHODS We performed high-throughput sequencing of small RNAs in placenta from 72… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.placenta.2014.07.002

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@article{WeedonFekjr2014PlacentalMI, title={Placental miR-1301 is dysregulated in early-onset preeclampsia and inversely correlated with maternal circulating leptin.}, author={Mina Susanne Weedon-Fekj{\ae}r and Y. Sheng and Meryam Sugulle and Guro M\ork Johnsen and Fredrik Herse and Chris W G Redman and Robert Lyle and Ralph Dechend and Anne C Staff}, journal={Placenta}, year={2014}, volume={35 9}, pages={709-17} }