- The Role of Maternal Gestational Diabetes in Inducing Fetal Endothelial Dysfunction.
- Sultan SA1, Liu W2, Peng Y2, Roberts W3, Whitelaw D4, Graham AM3.
- Journal of cellular physiology.J Cell Physiol.2015 Nov;230(11):2695-705. doi: 10.1002/jcp.24993.
- Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is known to be associated with fetal endothelial dysfunction, however, the mechanisms are not fully understood. This study examines the effect of maternal diabetes on fetal endothelial function and gene expression under physiological glucose conditions (5 mM). H
- PMID 25808705
- The effect of gestational diabetes on proliferation capacity and viability of human umbilical cord-derived stromal cells.
- Wajid N1, Naseem R, Anwar SS, Awan SJ, Ali M, Javed S, Ali F.
- Cell and tissue banking.Cell Tissue Bank.2015 Sep;16(3):389-97. doi: 10.1007/s10561-014-9483-4. Epub 2014 Nov 19.
- Stomal cells derived from Wharton's jelly of human umbilical cord (WJMSCs) are considered as the potential therapeutic agents for regeneration and are getting famous for stem cell banking. Our study aims to evaluate the effects of gestational diabetes on proliferation capacity and viability of WJMSC
- PMID 25407535
- 19 Sep 2011 ... Infant of Diabetic Mother. Infants of diabetic mothers (IDMs) have experienced a nearly 30-fold decrease in morbidity and mortality rates since the development of specialized maternal, fetal, and neonatal care for women with ...
- Causes. High blood sugar levels in pregnant women often have an effect on their infants. Infants who are born to mothers with diabetes are often larger than other babies. They may have large organs. The liver, adrenal glands, and heart are ...
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