Relationship of fetal growth to duration of heat stress in an ovine model of placental insufficiency.

@article{Galan1999RelationshipOF,
  title={Relationship of fetal growth to duration of heat stress in an ovine model of placental insufficiency.},
  author={Henry L. Galan and Michael J. Hussey and Antonio Barbera and Enrico Ferrazzi and Misoo Chung and John C. Hobbins and Frederick C. Battaglia},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1999},
  volume={180 5},
  pages={1278-82}
}
OBJECTIVE Intrauterine growth restriction in an ovine model occurs after exposure to environmental heat stress for 80 days beginning at 35 days' gestation. Our objective was to determine whether intrauterine growth restriction is reversible on removal of the heat stress after only 55 days of exposure; that is, does a brief exposure at a critical point of… CONTINUE READING