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The Placenta and Human Developmental Programmingby Edited by Graham J. Burton , David J. P. Barker , Ashley Moffett , Kent Thornburg
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Table of Contents
|The maternal and placental origins of chronic disease David|
|Pre and periconceptual health and the HPA Axis: nutrition and stress|
|Nutrition and preimplantation development|
|Materno-fetal transport pathways during embryogenesis and organogenesis Eric Jauniaux|
|Imprinted genes and placental growth: implications for the developmental origins of health and disease|
|Genomic imprinting: epigenetic control and potential roles in the developmental origins of postnatal health and disease Elizabeth|
|Trophoblast invasion and uterine artery remodelling in primates Robert Pijnenborg, Lisbeth Vercruysse|
|The role of the maternal immune response in fetal programming|
|Clinical causes and aspects of placental insufficiency|
|Uterine blood flow as a determinant of feto-placental development|
|Placental amino acid transporters: the critical link between maternal nutrition and fetal programming? Thomas Jansson|
|The maternal circulation and placental shape: villus remodelling induced through haemodynamics and oxidative and endoplasmic reticulum stress Graham|
|Glucocorticoids and placental programming|
|Clinical biomarkers of placental development|
|The placental roots of cardiovascular disease|
|Placental function and later risk of osteoporosis|
|The placenta and developmental programming: some reflections|
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