Regulación del flujo sanguíneo uterino. II. Funciones de estrógeno y receptores estrogénicos α/β en acciones genómicas y no-genómicas del endotelio uterino *

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Pastore R, Mayra; Villalón L, Rosalina; López, Gladys; Iruretagoyena, Jesús; Magness, Ronald;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Sociedad Chilena de Obstetricia y Ginecología
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4067/S0717-75262014000300011, pmc: PMC4477522
  • Subject: Receptor de estrógeno | uterine endothelium | vasodilatación | Estrogen receptor | vasodilation | angiogenesis | pregnancy | endotelio uterino | angiogénesis | embarazo | Article

El embarazo está marcado por cambios y adaptaciones cardiovasculares que son importantes para el crecimiento y mantenimiento de la placenta y el feto. Durante este periodo, las adaptaciones vasculares uterinas manifiestan cambios clasificados como de corto o largo plazo... View more
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