decidua


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decidua

[di′sij·ə·wə]
(medicine)
The endometrium of pregnancy and associated fetal membranes which are cast off at parturition.
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Dentro del proceso de invasion del trofoblasto en la decidua, se destaca el comportamiento movil de las celulas estromales endometriales deciduales (CEED).
A correlation analysis showed that in physiological pregnancy, the VEGFA gene expression level is directly correlated with the activity of TGFB1 mRNA synthesis in decidua (R=0.60; p=0.038) (Figure 5A).
No entanto, com base nos resultados, e possivel distinguir as especies em grupos funcionais, tendo em vista que Toona ciliata tambem se trata de uma especie decidua (RICKEN et al., 2011), o que parece fazer mais sentido.
Mature NK cells, which are present in peripheral blood, make up almost all NK cells, and, in the decidua, there is a large amount of immature NK cells that are known as uterine NK cells [17-19].
DBMSCs were isolated from the maternal tissue of human term placenta specifically from the decidua basalis region, as previously described [1].
The underlying molecular mechanisms of invasive placentation are poorly understood; proposed hypotheses include a combination of primary absence of the decidua or basal plate, abnormal maternal vascular remodelling, and excessive extravillous trophoblastic invasion [17].
Jamil, Antibacterial potential of Capparis spinosa and Capparis decidua extracts.
Vitamin D plays an important role promoting crosstalk between the maternal decidua and fetal trophoblast.
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The criteria for reading the slides stained with HE, took into account the integrity of placental tissues and histological findings, evidenced by the decidua, myometrium and placental villi, which were all observed under the microscope under 10, 40 and 100x magnification lenses.
For those without prophylactic therapy, as high as 91% of 136 pregnancies resulted in miscarriage.[sup][41] FXIII-A is present in normal uterus, implantation tissues, and placenta in normal pregnant women, but missing in women of congenital FXIII deficiency.[sup][42] Extravillous cytotrophoblasts formed the cytotrophoblastic shell which stabilized the interaction between embryo and decidua of uterus.