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Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display

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Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.Ivered between gestational days 20 and 34, which is when extravillous trophoblasts display the maximal decidual penetration [37]; thus the secondary fetal losses may be attributed to decreased decidual vasodilatation, hyperpermeability, and priming of the spiral arteries [41]. The retardation of trophoblast invasion, reflected at term by a reduction of endovascular trophoblasts in viable feto-placental units, was likely due to B2R blockade and excessive AT1R stimulation as observed in HTR-8/SVneo cells [27,28]. Guinea-pigs express AT1 and AT2 receptors in the placenta, decidua, and extravillous trophoblasts (Acu and Vald , unpublished observation), similar to what has been described in huma.