Maternal-Fetal Newborn Immunity | 22EK1



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Maternal influenza A virus infection causes age-dependent impairment of vaccine-induced immune response and protection in male and female offspring

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Microbial-Driven Preterm Labor Involves Crosstalk Between the Innate and Adaptive Immune Response

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Immunity and pathology of the uterus and placenta in a rodent model of congenital Rift Valley fever

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Mice Born to Mothers with Gravida Traumatic Brain Injury Have Distorted Brain Circuitry and Altered Immune Responses

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Measuring maternal protection from disease in the stool of VLBW infants

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Exposure to diverse microbial flora accelerates the development of infant immunity

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Reduced parenteral glucose supply attenuates disease severity in an experimental model of preterm neonatal sepsis

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Cytokine profiles induced in the placenta and lungs are associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes in Influenza A virus infected pregnant dams

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A data-driven and mechanistic modeling investigation of IgG transplacental transfer suggests a key role for FcgRIIb-mediated transfer by endothelial cells

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Maternal-Fetal Humoral Response to SARS-CoV-2 Variants and mRNA BNT162b2 Vaccine

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