Regulatory pathways controlling the endovascular invasive trophoblast cell lineage.

@article{Soares2012RegulatoryPC,
  title={Regulatory pathways controlling the endovascular invasive trophoblast cell lineage.},
  author={Michael J. Soares and Damayanti Chakraborty and Stephen J. Renaud and Kaiyu Kubota and Pengli Bu and Toshihiro Konno and Mohammad Azharul Karim Rumi},
  journal={The Journal of reproduction and development},
  year={2012},
  volume={58 3},
  pages={283-7}
}
Hemochorial placentation is characterized by trophoblast-directed uterine spiral artery remodeling. The rat and human both possess hemochorial placentation and exhibit remarkable similarities regarding the depth of trophoblast invasion and the extent of uterine vascular modification. In vitro and in vivo research methodologies have been established using the rat as an animal model to investigate the extravillous/invasive trophoblast lineage. With these research approaches, two signaling… CONTINUE READING

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