Placental dysfunction is one of the most common causes of Intrauterine Fetal Demise (IUFD). Due to its characteristics, the placenta may be the target of molecular research aimed to investigate potential causes of IUFD. In the literature, there are no studies on human placentas that have investigated possible associations between somatic mutations and the occurrence of IUFD. The aim of this study was to identify the presence of gene mutations in placental tissues in a series of cases of IUFD and to evaluate potential correlations with placental microscopic findings.

A study on the placenta in stillbirth: an evaluation of molecular alterations through next generation sequencing / Nardi, Eleonora; Seravalli, Viola; Serena, Caterina; Mecacci, Federico; Massi, Daniela; Bertaccini, Bruno; Di Tommaso, Mariarosaria; Castiglione, Francesca. - In: PLACENTA. - ISSN 0143-4004. - STAMPA. - 129:(2022), pp. 7-11. [10.1016/j.placenta.2022.09.004]

A study on the placenta in stillbirth: an evaluation of molecular alterations through next generation sequencing

Nardi, Eleonora;Seravalli, Viola;Serena, Caterina;Mecacci, Federico;Massi, Daniela;Bertaccini, Bruno;Di Tommaso, Mariarosaria;Castiglione, Francesca
2022

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Placental dysfunction is one of the most common causes of Intrauterine Fetal Demise (IUFD). Due to its characteristics, the placenta may be the target of molecular research aimed to investigate potential causes of IUFD. In the literature, there are no studies on human placentas that have investigated possible associations between somatic mutations and the occurrence of IUFD. The aim of this study was to identify the presence of gene mutations in placental tissues in a series of cases of IUFD and to evaluate potential correlations with placental microscopic findings.
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