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Antonio Gázquez, Francisca Rodríguez, María Sánchez-Campillo, Lidia E Martínez-Gascón, Marino B Arnao, Pedro Saura-Garre, María D Albaladejo-Otón, and Elvira Larqué

transport of docosahexaenoic acid (22:6 n-3, DHA) by GDM ( Herrera & Ortega-Senovilla 2010 , Leveille et al. 2018 ), likely as a consequence of alterations in fatty acids (FA) transport proteins related to phospholipids transfer such as the major

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M S Pampusch, G Xi, E Kamanga-Sollo, K J Loseth, M R Hathaway, W R Dayton, and M E White

). Furthermore, evidence exists indicating that there are mechanisms for nuclear transport of IGFBP-5 and that IGFBP-5 can function as a transcription regulator ( Schedlich et al. 1998 , Xu et al. 2004 ). The intracellular transport and nuclear localization

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W Abbink, X M Hang, P M Guerreiro, F A T Spanings, H A Ross, A V M Canario, and G Flik

-up The fish were kept in control tanks for 2 months post-transport. At the start of the experiment ( t = 0), 350 fish (3.91 ± 0.69 g) were randomly selected from stock and transferred to two 500-l tanks (175 fish in each tank) with identical water

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Gavin P Vinson

suppose that any action on sodium transport would be accompanied by a coupled transport of potassium in the opposite direction and that the Na + /K + ratio in urine would be a highly appropriate index to use. It may even have been supposed that

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Ankana Ganguly, Jennifer A Tamblyn, Sarah Finn-Sell, Shiao-Y Chan, Melissa Westwood, Janesh Gupta, Mark D Kilby, Stephane R Gross, and Martin Hewison

against maternal immunologic attack. The main functions of the placenta can be broadly categorized into transport and metabolism, protection and endocrine ( Gude et al . 2004 ). The complex architecture of the placenta, bounded by the maternal aspect

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Diego Safian, Eduardo N Fuentes, Juan Antonio Valdés, and Alfredo Molina

members, denominated IGFBP1–6 ( Jones & Clemmons 1995 ). In circulation, the IGFBPs bind to IGFs, transporting and increasing their half-life by preventing their proteolytic degradation ( Hwa et al . 1999 ). The IGFBPs have a higher affinity for IGF than

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Marco Colella, Valeria Nittoli, Alfonsina Porciello, Immacolata Porreca, Carla Reale, Filomena Russo, Nicola Antonino Russo, Luca Roberto, Francesco Albano, Mario De Felice, Massimo Mallardo, and Concetta Ambrosino

level/signaling. Because of the external development and the transparency of developing embryos, zebrafish are a useful model for examining the effects of exposure to environmental factors during embryonic development in promoting disease in adult life

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Patrycja Kurowska, Ewa Mlyczyńska, Monika Dawid, Małgorzata Grzesiak, Joelle Dupont, and Agnieszka Rak

different stages of the luteal phase at a local abattoir; therefore, an agreement of ethical commission is not necessary. Sows were sacrificed during slaughter according to European Legislation (EFSA, AHAW/04-027). Ovaries were transported to the laboratory

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Tessa J Roseboom

reprisal, the Germans banned all food transports. The food situation in the western part of the Netherlands worsened dramatically. Food stocks ran out rapidly, and soon rations for adults dropped to below 1000 calories a day. The embargo on food transports

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Karen Forbes and Melissa Westwood

(neuronal and cardiovascular defects) Lee et al . (1995) ErbB3 Most mice die between E11.5 and E13.5 (neuronal defects); surviving embryos have 10% reduction in birth weight Riethmacher et al . (1997) ErbB4 Embryonic lethal between E10 and E11 (neuronal