alexa Serum angiogenic markers Vs. IVF pregnancies

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Serum angiogenic markers Vs. IVF pregnancies Pregnancies conceived via IVF were found to have an increased antiangiogenic profile (elevated sFlt-1 and decreased PlGF) at multiple time points throughout gestation when compared to spontaneously conceived pregnancies. Alterations in the angiogenic profile persisted even after controlling for maternal comorbidities of clinically evident disorders of abnormal placentation such as preeclampsia. Courtesy: Lee et al., 2015 [In press]
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