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Molecular and Physiological Aspects of Human Myometrial Contractility

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Preterm labour is the leading cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality in current obstetric practice and there is currently no satisfactory therapeutic intervention available for this problem. Although much research has been undertaken, the factors involved in regulation of uterine contractility, in addition to events leading to the initiation of human labour, are only partly understood. Myometrial contractility is influenced by a variety of physiological mechanisms including: intracellular signalling, calcium, cell membrane receptors and hormones. The studies presented here investigate the molecular and pharmacological mechanisms of uterine contractility including genes involved in calcium sensitisation, the prostaglandins and pharmacological inhibitors specific to both.

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Anne M. Friel, Ph.D Biomedical Science, National University of Ireland; BSc Applied Biopharmaceutical & Healthcare Sciences, Galway Mayo-Institute of Technology; BSc Analytical Science, Dublin City University. Senior scientist specializing in translational medicine and biopharmaceutics.

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Titre: Molecular and Physiological Aspects of Human Myometrial Contractility
Sous-titre: Molecular and pharmacological studies of human labour
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Code EAN: 9783844330946
ISBN: 3844330941
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 276
Poids: 427g
Taille: H220mm x B150mm x T17mm
Parution: 01.04.2011
Année: 2011

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