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Lymphocyte Contributions to Local and Systemic Cardiovascular Regulation in Mouse Pregnancy
Healthy term pregnancy requires precisely timed coordination of multiple systems, including reproductive, neuroendocrine, immune and cardiovascular. Dynamic maternal alterations occur systemically as well as locally within ...
The Pathophysiology of Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Altered Mechanisms of Antigen Detection in the Esophagus
Recently, a chronic idiopathic disease of the esophagus has emerged, which is now known as eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). Incomplete knowledge regarding the pathogenesis of EoE has limited treatment options. EoE is known ...
Effects of Diabetes on Lymphocyte Phenotype and Function During Pregnancy
Diabetic pregnant women have an increased risk of developing pre-eclampsia, a late gestational syndrome, although the reason for this gain is unknown. Placental pathology in pre-eclampsia is linked with insufficient spiral ...
The Importance of MHC-Independent Natural Killer Cell Receptors in the Immunoregulation of Murine Pregnancy
Numerous leukocyte populations are essential for pregnancy success. Uterine natural killer (uNK) cells are chief amongst these leukocytes and represent a unique lineage with limited cytotoxicity but abundant angiokine ...