In vitro fertilization and infertility do not cause a significant alteration in placental gene expression at the end of the first trimester

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Volume 111, Issue 3, Pages 463–464

Authors:

Diego Marin, M.Sc., Emre Seli, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Differential gene expression during placentation in pregnancies conceived with different fertility treatments compared to spontaneous pregnancies" by Lee et al.


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