Author: Domenico Andreani,Giandomenico Bompiani,Umberto Di Mario,W. Page Faulk,Aldo Galluzzo
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 1990)
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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In:Andreani D, Bompiani GD, Di Mario U, Faulk WP, Galluzzo A(eds) Immunobiology of normal and diabetic pregnancy. Wiley, Chichester, pp 23–37Google Scholar. Clark DA(1991) Controversies in reproductive immunology. Crit Rev Immunol 11:215–247PubMedGoogle Scholar. Clark DA(1993) Cytokines, decidua and early pregnancy. Oxf Rev Reprod Biol 15:83–111PubMedGoogle Scholar. Clark DA(1994a) Histocompatibility studies in recurrent spontaneous abortion.
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Aldo Galluzzo, Carla Valeria Giordano, Giuseppe Rubino, Gian Domenico Bompiani. Ten pregnant women, affected by type I diabetes mellitus, observed for the first time during the II-III month of pregnancy, were examined. These patients were divided in two groups at random: group A. These patients were divided in two groups at random: group . More).
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Pregnancy immunology - Volume 4 Issue 1 - Peter M Johnson, Gordon H Ramsden. Immunobiology of trophoblast antigens in normal pregnancy and unexplained recurrent spontaneous abortion. In: Andreani, D, Bompiana, GD, Mario, DI, Faulk, WP, Galluzzo, A eds. Chichester: John Wiley, 1990: 187–95. 15Purcell, SFJ, McKenzie, IFC, Lublin, DM et al.
Pregnancy presents a complex immunological problem for the mother. Cells and molecules of the maternal immune system interact in such a way as to prevent the rejection of the semiallogenic fetus and support its growth and development. The immunological problem of pregnancy may be formulated thus: how does the pregnant mother contrive to nourish within itself, for many weeks or months, a fetus that is an antigenically foreign body? To this day, this question remains relevant and, as yet, incompletely answered and is the foundation of the field of reproductive immunology.
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Insulinase activity in muscle of normal subjects and those with diabetes or hyperinsulinism.
Domenico Andreani, Guido Menzinger, Francesco Fallucca, Giuseppe Aliberti, Guido Tamburrano, C C Cassano. First World Congress on Fertility and Sterility, New York. Insulinase activity in muscle of normal subjects and those with diabetes or hyperinsulinism. Aldo Pinchera, Guido Menzinger, V. Geeco, Diégo Bellabarba, E. Tresalti, Domenico Andreani.