THC: moderation during implantation

  title={THC: moderation during implantation},
  author={D. Piomelli},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
  • D. Piomelli
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Nature Medicine
  • Endogenous marijuana-like compounds regulate implantation during pregnancy by activating cannabinoid receptors on the embryo's surface. A new study explores the dynamics of this process and renews concerns about marijuana use in pregnant women. 
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