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AT1, AT2, and AT(1-7) receptor expression in the uteroplacental unit of normotensive and hypertensive rats during early and late pregnancy.
Hemodynamic responses to angiotensin-(1-7) in women in their third trimester of pregnancy.
Functional changes in the uterine artery precede the hypertensive phenotype in a transgenic model of hypertensive pregnancy.
Downregulation of apelin in the human placental chorionic villi from preeclamptic pregnancies.
Potential for miRNAs as Biomarkers and Therapeutic Targets in Preeclampsia.
Longitudinal Assessments of Placental Oxygenation and Perfusion Using Ultrasound and Photoacoustics.
Systemic Outcomes of (Pyr1)-Apelin-13 Infusion at Mid-Late Pregnancy in a Rat Model with Preeclamptic Features.
Impairment of Autonomic Function Precedes Blood Pressure Elevation in Rat Model of Pre-eclampsia
Increased Uterine Interimplantation Levels of Ang II, AT1R, and CB1R are Associated with Reduced Uterine Permeability at Early Pregnancy in a Transgenic Model of Preeclampsia
Increased Role of COX-derived Prostanoids in Regulating Ang II Induced Uterine Artery Contraction at Early Pregnancy in a Transgenic Model of Preeclampsia
Apelin as a Novel Therapeutic Target in Preeclampsia
Endogenous Apelin Receptor Ligands and Early Stages of Preeclamptic Pregnancy