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Progesterone receptor isoform expression in the guinea pig myometrium from normal and growth restricted pregnancies 63 53 1
The guinea pig as an animal model for studying perinatal changes in microvascular function 22 21 0
Effects of prenatal stress on fetal neurodevelopment and responses to maternal neurosteroid treatment in guinea pigs 13 11 1
A Role for H2S in the microcirculation of newborns: the major metabolite of H2S (thiosulphate) is increased in preterm infants 45 43 0
Increased expression of alpha-enolase in cervico-vaginal fluid during labour 76 72 1
Stress in pregnancy: a role for neuroactive steroids in protecting the fetal and neonatal brain 50 46 0
Changes in human placental 5α-reductase isoenzyme expression with advancing gestation: effects of fetal sex and glucocorticoid exposure 80 66 0
15-hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase expression and localization in guinea pig gestational tissues during late pregnancy and parturition 20 17 0
Neurosteroids in the fetus and neonate: potential protective role in compromised pregnancies 100 95 0
Sex-dependent effect of a low neurosteroid environment and intrauterine growth restriction on foetal guinea pig brain development 8 7 0
Early microvascular changes in the preterm neonate: a comparative study of the human and guinea pig. 37 34 1
Neuroactive steroids in pregnancy: key regulatory and protective roles in the foetal brain 10 10 0
Changes in neuroactive steroid concentrations after preterm delivery in the guinea pig 11 9 0
Mechanisms leading to increased risk of preterm birth in growth-restricted guinea pig pregnancies 22 18 0
A role for H₂S in the microcirculation of newborns: the major metabolite of H₂S (Thiosulphate) is increased in preterm infants. 41 38 2
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