Placental-Specific Hypoxia Inducible Factor-1 alpha as a Model of Preeclampsia
Many pregnancy-associated disorders occur as a result of inappropriate placental development. Preeclampsia, which occurs in 5-8% of all births, is characterized by the lack of maternal spiral artery remodeling, maternal hypertension, low birth weight, and almost always results in premature birth.
Albers, R. E.,
Kaufman, M. R.,
& Brown, T. L.
(2015). Placental-Specific Hypoxia Inducible Factor-1 alpha as a Model of Preeclampsia. Placenta, 36 (9), P1.16, A17.