Human Placental HypoxiaInducible Factor1 Expression Correlates with Clinical

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Human Placental Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1α Expression Correlates with Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Hypoxia in Vivo

Human Placental Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1α Expression Correlates with Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Hypoxia in Vivo Stacy Zamudio, Yuanhong Wu, Francesca Ietta, Alessandro Rolfo, Ashley Cross, Timothy Wheeler, Martin Post, Nicholas P. Illsley, Isabella Caniggia The American Journal of Pathology Volume 170 Issue 6 Pages 2171 -2179 (June 2007) DOI: 10. 2353/ajpath. 2007. 061185 Copyright © 2007 American Society for Investigative Pathology Terms and Conditions

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