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Academic Article Localization and quantification of glucose transporters in liver of growth-retarded fetal and neonatal rats.
Academic Article Placental expression of glucose transporter proteins 1 and 3 in growth-restricted fetal rats.
Academic Article Myocardial gene expression of glucose transporter 1 and glucose transporter 4 in response to uteroplacental insufficiency in the rat.
Academic Article P-glycoprotein expression in mouse brain increases with maturation.
Academic Article Uteroplacental insufficiency induces site-specific changes in histone H3 covalent modifications and affects DNA-histone H3 positioning in day 0 IUGR rat liver.
Academic Article Uteroplacental insufficiency decreases p53 serine-15 phosphorylation in term IUGR rat lungs.
Academic Article Developmental origins of disease and determinants of chromatin structure: maternal diet modifies the primate fetal epigenome.
Academic Article Intrauterine growth restriction due to uteroplacental insufficiency decreased white matter and altered NMDAR subunit composition in juvenile rat hippocampi.
Academic Article Epigenetics of programmed obesity: alteration in IUGR rat hepatic IGF1 mRNA expression and histone structure in rapid vs. delayed postnatal catch-up growth.
Academic Article Intrauterine growth restriction alters T-lymphocyte cell number and dual specificity phosphatase 1 levels in the thymus of newborn and juvenile rats.
Academic Article Mechanism of reduced lung injury by high-frequency nasal ventilation in a preterm lamb model of neonatal chronic lung disease.
Academic Article A maternal high-fat diet modulates fetal SIRT1 histone and protein deacetylase activity in nonhuman primates.
Academic Article Erythropoietin improved cognitive function and decreased hippocampal caspase activity in rat pups after traumatic brain injury.

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