Plasmatic regulation of vascular prostacyclin in pregnancy

G. Remuzzi, C. Zoja, D. Marchesi, A. Schieppati, G. Mecca, R. Misiani, M. B. Donati, G. de Gaetano

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Abstract

Activity of prostacyclin-stimulating factor was measured in 6 normal, non-pregnant women, 6 women in early normal pregnancy, 6 in late normal pregnancy, and 6 in late pregnancy complicated by severe pre-eclampsia. The activity was lower in the women in late pregnancy than in those in early pregnancy and the controls but was about normal in those with severe pre-eclampsia. These results may be relevant to the physiology of pregnancy and the pathogenesis of pre-eclampsia.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)512-514
Number of pages3
JournalBritish Medical Journal
Volume282
Issue number6263
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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  • Medicine(all)

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    Remuzzi, G., Zoja, C., Marchesi, D., Schieppati, A., Mecca, G., Misiani, R., Donati, M. B., & de Gaetano, G. (1981). Plasmatic regulation of vascular prostacyclin in pregnancy. British Medical Journal, 282(6263), 512-514.