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Placenta: A neglected experimental animal

proceedings of a round table discussion held at Bedford College, University of London, October 1978, under ... the Special Commission on Internal Pollution

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Published by Pergamon Press .
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ISBN 100080244300
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This book will be of value to cell and developmental biologists, immunologists, and oncologists. Show less. Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

The placenta's remarkably complete spectrum of cellular and Author: Peter Beaconsfield. Get this from a library. Placenta: a neglected experimental animal: proceedings of a round table discussion held at Bedford College, University of London, Octoberunder the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

[Peter Beaconsfield; Claude Alvin Villee;]. A neglected experimental animal Chairman's introduction Section I. Placental metabolic processes The principles of metabolic regulation with special reference to development and aging Discussion Carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism in the placenta: A clinician's view Discussion Nucleic acids and placental development DiscussionBook Edition: 1.

A Neglected Experimental Animal.Pages DRUGS AND THE PLACENTA – A PERSONAL VIEW This chapter provides an overview of the relationship between drugs and the placenta. It discusses the effects of drugs on the placenta and describes how the placenta be used to test and evaluate chemical compounds.

it has great advantages Author: Peter Beaconsfield. Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal : Elsevier Science. Placenta: a neglected experimental animal: proceedings of a round table discussion held at Bedford College, University of London, Octoberunder the auspices of the special commission on internal pollution.

Oxford, England: Pergamon Press, © xv, pages: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine [01 Jul73(7)] Type: book-review, Book Review DOI: / Description: Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

The placenta's remarkably complete spectrum of cellular and biochemical activity, as well as its hormonal. Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

The placenta's remarkably complete spectrum of cellular. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). Abstract.

There are no universally accepted definitions of inherent biologic aging. Consequently, it is currently impossible to state whether or not the placenta fits any such definition, i.e. question is further complicated by the possibility that the placenta does, in fact, age but has not reached readily recognizable old age by the end of its normal life span.

Placenta: A Neglected Experimental Animal covers the proceedings of the round table discussion on placenta held at Bedford College, University of London, under the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution.

The placenta's remarkably complete spectrum of cellular and biochemical activity, as well as its hormonal and endocrinological roles and its short life-cycle, adds to.

Abstract. Peter Beaconsfield called the placenta “The Largest Human Biopsy” 1 and “A Neglected Experimental Animal”. 2 Both descriptions are accurate.

It is a readily available source of normal living human tissue (trophoblast, connective, vascular) as well as a source of proteins and peptides associated with the trophoblast — nucleic acid, lectins and collagens — to mention but a few.

Title(s): Placenta: a neglected experimental animal: proceedings of a round table discussion held at Bedford College, University of London, Octoberunder the auspices of the Special Commission on Internal Pollution/ editors, Peter Beaconsfield, Claude Villee ; technical editors, Rebecca Beaconsfield and George Birdwood.

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Beaconsfield P, Villee CFox H () The placenta as a model for organ aging. in Placenta–a neglected experimental animal. eds Beaconsfield P, Villee C (Pergamon, Oxford), pp – Voherr H () Placental insuffficiency and postmaturity.

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