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The traditional way to study the immunology of pregnancy follows the classical transplantation model, which views the fetus as an allograft. A more recent. A new way to view the immunology of pregnancy is discussed, which takes into account the differing placental strategies used by eutherian mammals. Moffett, A. and Loke, C. () Immunology of Placentation in Eutherian Mammals. Nature, 6,

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Class I-like MHC molecules expressed by baboon placental syncytiotrophoblast. Cited 72 Source Add To Collection. Placental-related diseases of pregnancy: View placentatiln Source Cite this paper.

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By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License. Wagner Genome biology and evolution WarrenMichael B. Eutgerian approach requires knowledge of placental structure and its variations in different species, as this greatly affects the type of immune response that is generated by the mother.

A more recent approach, which is the subject of this Review, focuses on the unique, local uterine immune response to the implanting placenta. Expression of MHC antigens on murine trophoblast and their modulation by interferon. Medawar and the immunological paradox of pregnancy: Uterine molecular changes for non-invasive embryonic attachment in the marsupials Macropus eugenii Macropodidae and Trichosurus vulpecula Phalangeridae.

Immunology of placentation in eutherian mammals

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