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    • Advances in Fetal and Neonatal Physiology 

      Giussani, Dino A.; Niu, Youguo; Herrera Videla, Emilio; Richter, Hans G.; Camm, Emily J.; Thakor, Avnesh S.; Kane, Andrew D.; Hansell, Jeremy A.; Brain, Kirsty L.; Skeffington, Katie L.; Itani, Nozomi; Wooding, F. B. Peter; Cross, Christine M.; Allison, Beth J. (Springer, 2014)
      The quality of the intrauterine environment interacts with our genetic makeup to shape the risk of developing disease in later life. Fetal chronic hypoxia is a common complication of pregnancy. This chapter reviews how ...
    • Developmental programming of cardiovascular dysfunction by prenatal hypoxia and oxidative stress 

      Giussani, Dino A.; Camm, Emily J.; Niu, Youguo; Richter, Hans G.; Blanco, Carlos E.; Gottschalk, Rachel; Blake, E. Zachary; Horder, Katy A.; Thakor, Avnesh S.; Hansell, Jeremy A.; Kane, Andrew D.; Wooding, F. B.Peter; Cross, Christine M.; Herrera, Emilio A. (2012)
      Fetal hypoxia is a common complication of pregnancy. It has been shown to programme cardiac and endothelial dysfunction in the offspring in adult life. However, the mechanisms via which this occurs remain elusive, precluding ...
    • Maternal-to-fetal allopurinol transfer and xanthine oxidase suppression in the late gestation pregnant rat 

      Kane, Andrew D.; Camm, Emily J.; Richter, Hans G.; Lusby, Ciara; Tijsseling, Deodata; Kaandorp, Joepe J.; Derks, Jan B.; Ozanne, Susan E.; Giussani, Dino A. (American Physiological Society, 2013)
      © 2013 The Authors. Fetal brain hypoxic injury remains a concern in high-risk delivery. There is significant clinical interest in agents that may diminish neuronal damage during birth asphyxia, such as in allopurinol, an ...