Placental microparticles, DNA, and RNA in preeclampsia.

Abstract

Preeclampsia is a common disorder of the second half of pregnancy that complicates 2% to 7% of all pregnancies worldwide and remains a major cause of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality. Although the origin of the disease is still elusive, population-based studies have suggested that it might implicate genetic, immunologic, or physiologic factors. On… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/10641951003599571

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@article{Rusterholz2011PlacentalMD, title={Placental microparticles, DNA, and RNA in preeclampsia.}, author={Corinne Rusterholz and Marianne Messerli and Irene Mathilde Hoesli and Sinuhe Hahn}, journal={Hypertension in pregnancy}, year={2011}, volume={30 3}, pages={364-75} }