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Placentation in different mammalian species

Abstract : The placenta is a complex, transient organ associated with viviparity, which is located at the interface of the dam and fetus during pregnancy. It is formed after attachment, or implantation, of the blastocyst on the uterine lining and derives from complex cellular and molecular interactions between uterine and embryonic tissues. In mammals, there are many forms of placentation but this organ has the same function in all species: it is responsible for orchestrating materno-fetal exchanges, together with endocrine and immunological functions.
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Pascale Chavatte-Palmer, Anne Couturier-Tarrade. Placentation in different mammalian species. 59. Journées Internationales d’Endocrinologie Clinique, Société Française d'Endocrinologie (SFE). FRA., Jun 2016, Paris, France. ⟨10.1016/j.ando.2016.04.006⟩. ⟨hal-02742863⟩



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