Placental-Uterine Immunological Crosstalk: The Way the Prenatal Child Modulates the Maternal Immune Response to Prevent Its Own Rejection by Darius Henatsch

Placental-Uterine Immunological Crosstalk: The Way the Prenatal Child Modulates the Maternal Immune…

byDarius Henatsch

Kobo ebook | May 9, 2011

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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Medicine - Gynecology, Andrology, grade: Excellent , Maastricht University, language: English, abstract: The main issue of this paper is the question how the placenta, in particular placental trophoblast cells, prevent a maternal allograft immune rejection by modulating the immune response in the uterine side of implantation.The attempt is done to give insights about special immunological interactions at the placental-uterine side of implantation that makes the fascinating event of pregnancy possible. Of main interest are interactions between trophoblast human leukocyte antigens (HLAs), natural killer (NK) cells as well as T lymphocytes, in questions of state of the art literature. Although a broad introduction is given to the development of the embryo until nidation; how the uterus is made up during implantation and the mechanisms of placentation.
Title:Placental-Uterine Immunological Crosstalk: The Way the Prenatal Child Modulates the Maternal Immune…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 9, 2011Publisher:GRIN PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3640910257

ISBN - 13:9783640910250

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