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transplacental

 [trans″plah-sen´tal]
through the placenta.

trans·pla·cen·tal

(trans'plă-sen'tăl),
Crossing the placenta.

transplacental

(trăns′plə-sĕn′tl)
adj.
Passing through or occurring across the placenta: a transplacental infection.

trans′pla·cen′tal·ly adv.

transplacental

adjective Relating to the passage from the mother into a fetus via the placental circulation

transplacental

Passing across the PLACENTA.
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However, some authors [18] reported that the active transplacental transport and high affinity of MeHg to hemoglobin results in the bioaccumulation of this metal in cord blood where there is higher hemoglobin concentration than in maternal blood which results in higher cord to maternal mercury ratio in red blood cells.
A healthy newborn born to a mother with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever: is there protection from transplacental transmission?
A 20-year-old African American female with HIV infection since birth, acquired by transplacental transmission, presented to the emergency department with symptoms of transient aphasia lasting a few seconds.
However, there are conflicting reports regarding the effect of placental malaria on the efficiency of the transplacental transfer of the anti-tetanus antibody, and therefore on the cord-blood concentrations.
Detection of transplacental hemorrhage during the last trimester of pregnancy (Letter).
Transplacental BaP exposure induced dose-dependent increases in mutations in the somatic tissues of F1 males (Figure 1; see also Table S1).
(30) In addition to producing a maternally or fetally derived inflammatory reaction in the chorionic villi, which may be accompanied by villous necrosis, transplacental transmission of these agents also produces inflammation and cell necrosis in the fetal somatic organs.
Complications as intrauterine growth restriction, premature birth, fetal anaemia, and transplacental haemorrhage have also been reported [1-3].
In pregnant guinea pigs we have demonstrated that pharmacokinetic properties of IgG therapeutics administered to animals at the end of pregnancy differ from those in nonpregnant controls and that these changes may correlate with the transplacental transfer to the fetus which increases with gestation.
Neonatal lupus erythematosus (NLE) is an acquired disease of the newborn caused by transplacental transfer of maternal anti-Ro/SSA, anti-La/SSB, and anti-U1 RNP antibodies, usually between 12-16 weeks of gestation.
Transplacental transmission is associated with maternal HBeAg positivity, HBsAg titers, HBV DNA level, and history of threatened preterm labour6.