The isolated trophoblastic cells showed faster growth pattern in primary culture on PGCs, in one-week colony diameter measured 7.0 [+ or -] 0.3 mm, compared to those cultured on MEFs; colonies grew to 5.7 [+ or -] 0.4 mm (P < 0.05; Figures 2(a) and 2(b)), whereas, on subsequent cultures (2nd-10th) the difference in colony morphology, although it was visually larger when trophoblasts
were cultured on PGCs compared to MEFs, did not reach statistical significance (P > 0.05;Figures 2(c), 2(d), 2(e), and 2(f)).
include cytotrophoblasts, syncytiotrophoblasts, and intermediate trophoblasts
Biopsy specimens were classified as "normal histology" if the histological features of the normal human placental bed (endovascular trophoblast
invasion in decidual and myometrial segment, normal spiral artery appearance) were documented or "abnormal placental histology" if there were inadequate response to placentation, acute atherosis, increased extravillous trophoblasts
, and thrombosis or luminal obliteration of spiral arteries.
2017a) and hCG secretion by the villous trophoblast
(Adibi et al.
Curettage specimen of an early gestation may contain aggregates of highly proliferative mononuclear intermediate trophoblasts
and syncytiotrophoblasts, without the presence of chorionic villi, thus simulating choriocarcinoma.
The first component of the embryo is the trophoblast
, from which the placenta originates.
HTR-8/SVneo cells, which was derived from human invasive extravillous trophoblast
Adiponectin system expression was confirmed also in the porcine and human trophoblasts
We can therefore say that the shedding of trophoblast
debris from the placenta could lead to the downregulation of the NKG2D receptor .
Hence, we have employed DNA microarray techniques to identify differential gene expression in placental trophoblasts
in response to E.
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of normal and preeclamptic placentas," International Journal of Health Sciences, vol.