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  • Cardiac and vascular disease prior to hatching in chick embryos incubated at high altitude 

    Salinas, CE; Blanco, CE; Villena, M; Camm, EJ; Tuckett, JD; Weerakkody, RA; Kane, AD; Shelley, AM; Wooding, FBP; Quy, M; Giussani, DA (Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 2010)
    Abstract. The partial contributions of reductions in fetal nutrition and oxygenation to slow fetal growth and a developmental origin of cardiovascular disease remain unclear. By combining high altitude with the chick ...
  • The role of oxygen in fetal growth 

    Salinas, CE; Villena, M; Blanco, CE; Giussani, DA (J Soc Gynecol Investig, 2003)
    Intrauterine growth retardation is a killer in obstetric medicine today. Consequently, there is great interest into the determinants of fetal growth Genes (Frayling & Hattersley, BMJ 60:89, 2001) and nutrition (Barker BMJ ...