Pregnancy-induced metabolic phenotype variations in maternal plasma.

  title={Pregnancy-induced metabolic phenotype variations in maternal plasma.},
  author={Hemi Luan and Nan Meng and Ping Liu and Qiang Feng and Shuhai Lin and Jin Fu and Robert D. Davidson and Xiaomin Chen and Weiqiao Rao and Fang Chen and Hui Jiang and Xun Xu and Zongwei Cai and Jun Wang},
  journal={Journal of proteome research},
  volume={13 3},
Metabolic variations occur during normal pregnancy to provide the growing fetus with a supply of nutrients required for its development and to ensure the health of the woman during gestation. Mass spectrometry-based metabolomics was employed to study the metabolic phenotype variations in the maternal plasma that are induced by pregnancy in each of its three trimesters. Nontargeted metabolomics analysis showed that pregnancy significantly altered the profile of metabolites in maternal plasma… CONTINUE READING
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