Investigators have successfully coped with "mini placenta" or placental organisms in the laboratories that investigate pregnancy, design, death, failure and pregnancy disease and change.
The results of the study that these organites have developed have been published in & quot; the last edition of the magazine Nature.
These organoids can have the placenta successfully in the early stage of & # 39; The first quarter includes the researchers. This means that the drugs or diseases that have implanted placenta in this phase and leading to illness can be studied. In fact, these small venues such as the real plasenta that they can also try positive with a pregnancy test the team explains. Ashley Moffett, a senior researcher of the team and professor of reproductive immunology in & # 39; Cambridge University, confirmed this: "If we put a pregnancy in the middle of the organe's, read the" heavy "
The team declares that the study of a placenta in the hills has hitherto been terribly frightening. The healthy placenta develops and attaches to the wall of # the hills and provides nutrition and oxygenated blood to the growing embryos and fetus. It does not only look for hormones and chemists that can grow the fetus, but also the effluent caused by the growing fetus. The placenta also seeks hormones in the mother's book that brings success with success. This phenomenon could not be investigated in humans so far. With the development of organiologists, now the researchers can find the features and work of & nbsp; Placenta in detail. Moffett said, "We can now begin with experiments on how to make space developments in underground environment."
The team used cell use of the vasculature of the vasculature. These villi are hairstylist structures of normal plasenta. These serum cells when growing in the laboratory can be organized in multicellular bells or structures that can accept the true placenta by capturing protons and hormones. These are groups of a tenth of a millimeter to half millimeter and can be stored in frozen form only for use.
Experts in despair have considered these surveys and said that the inescapable insights on joint swine education, as in the past, are growing in limitation in # 39; the uterus (IUGR) and pre-eclampsia. Infections of the fetus like Zika and how they affect the & # 39; Development and growth can also be studied.
Leader of the study, Margherita Turco, said in a statement: "The placenta is absolutely essential for the support of a baby when it grows in the mother. If it does not function well, it can be a serious problem have, from pre-lamps, failures, with direct and lifetime concepts for mothers and children. "The team adds that this would also be the subject of testing teratogenic medicines or medicines that could damage the infant baby or be brought to the mother . Placental organoids would also be a source of stem cell therapies in fake or undemanded swelling that the team explains. In short, there are various uses of these organisms in the pregnancy study.
According to Moffett, "It took 30 years to reach this point and create mini-spaces that we grow in the laboratory for at least a year."
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