Abnormal Development - Maternal Inflammation

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Some Recent Findings

  • Reduced ventricular proliferation in the foetal cortex following maternal inflammation in the mouse.[1] "Cellular uptake of proteins from the cerebrospinal fluid was observed in brains from lipopolysaccharide-treated animals in radial progenitor cells. However, the foetal blood-brain barrier to plasma proteins remained intact. Together, these results indicate that maternal inflammation can disrupt the ventricular surface and lead to decreased cellular proliferation. Changes in cell density in Layers IV and V at post-natal Day 8 show that these initial changes have prolonged effects on cortical organization. The possible shift in the fate of progeny and the resulting alterations in the relative cell numbers in the cerebral cortex following a maternal inflammatory response shown here will require further investigation to determine the long-term consequences of inflammation on the development of neuronal circuitry and behaviour."
  • Systemic maternal inflammation and neonatal hyperoxia induces remodeling and left ventricular dysfunction in mice[2] "These results demonstrate that systemic maternal inflammation combined with neonatal hyperoxia exposure induces alterations in cardiac structure and function leading to cardiac failure in adulthood and supports the importance of the intrauterine and neonatal milieu on adult health."
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Esther Calje, Joan Skinner The challenge of defining and treating anemia and iron deficiency in pregnancy: A study of New Zealand midwives' management of iron status in pregnancy and the postpartum period. Birth: 2017; PubMed 28233929

Haidy El-Azzamy, Andrea Balogh, Roberto Romero, Yi Xu, Christopher LaJeunesse, Olesya Plazyo, Zhonghui Xu, Theodore G Price, Zhong Dong, Adi L Tarca, Zoltan Papp, Sonia S Hassan, Tinnakorn Chaiworapongsa, Chong Jai Kim, Nardhy Gomez-Lopez, Nandor Gabor Than Characteristic Changes in Decidual Gene Expression Signature in Spontaneous Term Parturition. J Pathol Transl Med: 2017; PubMed 28226203

Baojian Xue, Haifeng Yin, Fang Guo, Terry G Beltz, Robert L Thunhorst, Alan Kim Johnson Maternal Gestational Hypertension-Induced Sensitization of Angiotensin II Hypertension Is Reversed by Renal Denervation or Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibition in Rat Offspring. Hypertension: 2017; PubMed 28223469

Bryce Wolfe, Gregory J Wiepz, Michele Schotzko, Gennadiy I Bondarenko, Maureen Durning, Heather A Simmons, Andres Mejia, Nancy G Faith, Emmanuel Sampene, Marulasiddappa Suresh, Sophia Kathariou, Charles J Czuprynski, Thaddeus G Golos Acute Fetal Demise with First Trimester Maternal Infection Resulting from Listeria monocytogenes in a Nonhuman Primate Model. MBio: 2017, 8(1); PubMed 28223455

Yinzi Liu, Diane S Sepich, Lilianna Solnica-Krezel Stat3/Cdc25a-dependent cell proliferation promotes embryonic axis extension during zebrafish gastrulation. PLoS Genet.: 2017, 13(2);e1006564 PubMed 28222105

References

  1. Markus Velten, Kirk R Hutchinson, Matthew W Gorr, Loren E Wold, Pamela A Lucchesi, Lynette K Rogers Systemic maternal inflammation and neonatal hyperoxia induces remodeling and left ventricular dysfunction in mice. PLoS ONE: 2011, 6(9);e24544 PubMed 21935422
  2. Helen B Stolp, Casmir Turnquist, Katarzyna M Dziegielewska, Norman R Saunders, Daniel C Anthony, Zoltán Molnár Reduced ventricular proliferation in the foetal cortex following maternal inflammation in the mouse. Brain: 2011, 134(Pt 11);3236-48 PubMed 21964917


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Elizabeth Ramsey Unal, Jill T Cierny, Chantel Roedner, Roger Newman, Laura Goetzl Maternal inflammation in spontaneous term labor. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol.: 2011, 204(3);223.e1-5 PubMed 21376162

Charlotte L Williams, Jessica L Teeling, V Hugh Perry, Tom P Fleming Mouse maternal systemic inflammation at the zygote stage causes blunted cytokine responsiveness in lipopolysaccharide-challenged adult offspring. BMC Biol.: 2011, 9;49 PubMed 21771319

Golan Hava, Lev Vered, Mazar Yael, Hallak Mordechai, Huleihel Mahoud Alterations in behavior in adult offspring mice following maternal inflammation during pregnancy. Dev Psychobiol: 2006, 48(2);162-8 PubMed 16489598



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