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Maternal Nutritional Physiological PhenomenaConcept Why?
Puppala, SobhaPerson Why?
Moderate global reduction in maternal nutrition has differential stage of gestation specific effects on {beta}1- and {beta}2-adrenergic receptors in the fetal baboon liver.Academic Article Why?
Cox, LauraPerson Why?
Maternal and Breastmilk Viral Load: Impacts of Adherence on Peripartum HIV Infections Averted-The Breastfeeding, Antiretrovirals, and Nutrition Study.Academic Article Why?
Vulnerability of the fetal primate brain to moderate reduction in maternal global nutrient availability.Academic Article Why?
Organ and gestational age effects of maternal nutrient restriction on global methylation in fetal baboons.Academic Article Why?
Nutrient-restricted fetus and the cardio-renal connection in hypertensive offspring.Academic Article Why?
Effect of 30 per cent maternal nutrient restriction from 0.16 to 0.5 gestation on fetal baboon kidney gene expression.Academic Article Why?
Expression of the placental transcriptome in maternal nutrient reduction in baboons is dependent on fetal sex.Academic Article Why?
Non-human primate fetal kidney transcriptome analysis indicates mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) is a central nutrient-responsive pathway.Academic Article Why?
Neonatal Nutrition and the Genetics of Human LactationGrant Why?
Reeves, KimberlyPerson Why?
Effects of moderate global maternal nutrient reduction on fetal baboon renal mitochondrial gene expression at 0.9 gestation.Academic Article Why?
Primate fetal hepatic responses to maternal obesity: epigenetic signalling pathways and lipid accumulation.Academic Article Why?
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