Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 18th, 2003
"The control of the blood flow within the fetoplacental circulation is poorly understood despite the essential role of the placenta in pregnancy. Our aim was to assess the vasoactive responses of veins from the placental chorionic plate," according to researchers in, UK.
"Biopsies were obtained from term placentae from uncomplicated pregnancies. Small veins from the chorionic plate were dissected free from surrounding tissue and studied using parallel wire myography," wrote M. Wareing and colleagues, University of Manchester, St. Marys...
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