Pregnancy‐Specific Glycoprotein Gene Expression in Recurrent Aborters: A Potential Correlation to Interleukin‐10 Expression

@article{Arnold1999PregnancySpecificGG,
  title={Pregnancy‐Specific Glycoprotein Gene Expression in Recurrent Aborters: A Potential Correlation to Interleukin‐10 Expression},
  author={L. Arnold and T. M. Doherty and A. W. Flor and J. Simon and J. Chou and W. Chan and B. Mansfield},
  journal={American Journal of Reproductive Immunology},
  year={1999},
  volume={41}
}
PROBLEM: The expression of the pregnancy‐specific glycoprotein (PSG) genes in the uterine endometrium of women experiencing recurrent first‐trimester abortions, and potential correlations to cytokine expression were examined. 
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