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  • High frequency and molecular characterization of porcine hemotrophic mycoplasmas in Brazil. [Journal Article]
    Vet Microbiol 2019; 231:33-39Gatto IRH, Sonálio K, … de Oliveira LG
  • Mycoplasma suis and Mycoplasma parvum are the two hemotrophic mycoplasmas species described in pigs. M. suis is involved in infectious anemia, while M parvum infection is commonly subclinical. The objectives of this study were twofold: (i) to investigate the prevalence of porcine hemotrophic mycoplasmas in sows from the southern region of Brazil by quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) and (ii) to ge…
  • Human trophoblast invasion: new and unexpected routes and functions. [Review]
    Histochem Cell Biol 2018; 150(4):361-370Moser G, Windsperger K, … Huppertz B
  • Until recently, trophoblast invasion during human placentation was characterized by and restricted to invasion into uterine connective tissues and the uterine spiral arteries. The latter was explained to connect the arteries to the intervillous space of the placenta and to guarantee the blood supply of the mother to the placenta. Today, this picture has dramatically changed. Invasion of endogland…
  • The role of the placenta in drug transport and fetal drug exposure. [Review]
    Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol 2018; 11(4):373-385Koren G, Ornoy A
  • It was assumed for decades that the human placenta serves as a barrier, protecting the fetus from exposure to xenobiotics circulating in the mother. The thalidomide disaster completely reversed this concept. The study of the human placenta is therefore critical to understanding the mechanisms by which xenobiotics reach the fetus and exert their effects. Areas covered: This review describes mechan…
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