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The Human Placenta Project: Placental Structure and Function in Real Time Day 1

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1 Thumbnail image Welcome, Introductions, and General Orientation - Alan Guttmacher 0:00:06
2 Thumbnail image Workshop Details - Cathy Spong 0:16:15
3 Thumbnail image Overview Lecture on Omics - John Tsang 0:20:40
4 Thumbnail image Proteomics/Metabolomics - Lance Liotta 0:57:55
5 Thumbnail image Genomics/Epigenomics - Kjersti Aagaard 1:28:46
6 Thumbnail image Transcriptomics/MicroRNA - Yoel Sadovsky 2:07:37
7 Thumbnail image Ultrasound - Alfred Abuhamad 2:38:06
8 Thumbnail image MRI - Penny Gowland 3:07:10
9 Thumbnail image Biological Sensors - Erica Forzani 3:31:50
   
Air date: Monday, April 27, 2015, 9:00:00 AM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
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Category: Conferences
Runtime: 04:06:40
Description: The placenta is the least understood human organ and arguably one of the more important organs in the body, not only for the health of a woman and her fetus during pregnancy but also for the lifelong health of both. To address this lack of knowledge, the NICHD believes a concerted effort, the Human Placenta Project, would make substantial inroads.

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NLM Title: The Human Placenta Project : placental structure and function in real time / NICHD, NIH.
Author: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): The placenta is the least understood human organ and arguably one of the more important organs in the body, not only for the health of a woman and her fetus during pregnancy but also for the lifelong health of both. To address this lack of knowledge, the NICHD believes a concerted effort, the Human Placenta Project, would make substantial inroads.
Subjects: Placenta Diseases
Placenta--anatomy & histology
Placenta--physiology
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NLM Classification: WQ 212
NLM ID: 101658203
CIT Live ID: 16071
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