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6/13/2016 - Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infection: What are the Implications Regarding Pregnancy?

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) belongs to the Herpes group and, like Herpes, can remain dormant in the body for long periods of time (even for life). CMV infection is very common, such that by age 40Y >50% of adults will bear evidence of previous infection (i.e. test IgG +…see below). Acute infection most commonly is seen in developing babies, in those who care for or work with children and in people who a...
6/11/2016 - Protein may help embryos stick to uterus

Researchers have identified a protein that may help developing embryos stick to the uterus. They hope to use this protein, syncytin-1, to eventually develop a blood test to identify pregnancies at risk of miscarriage or pre-eclampsia. 'Until now we didn't know this protein was expressed so early in the embryo,' said Professor Harry Moore of the University of Sheffield, lead author of the study....
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