ea0016p662 | Signal transduction | ECE2008
, Gu Mei
, Vatish Manu
, Grammatopoulos Dimitris
Placental corticotrophin releasing hormone (CRH) appears to play important physiological roles during pregnancy and labour. In the placenta, CRH appears to regulate diverse actions such as human trophoblast cell grown and invasion, tissue remodeling, direct modulation of the placental prostaglandin generation and bioavailability and control of placental vascular tone through regulation of endothelial NOS (NOSIII) expression and activation1. CRH actions are mediated ...