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Pitt/Magee research finds women with preeclampsia have fewer blood vessel precursor cells
Date:4/6/2010

ar endothelium, or blood vessel lining. Cultures from preeclampsia samples grew fewer CACs.

"Still, it's not clear to us whether these differences are the cause of preeclampsia or are a consequence of it," Dr. Hubel noted. "We need to monitor women throughout pregnancy to see if we can figure out what came first, as well as get a better understanding of how all these cells work."

He added that studying women with preeclampsia after pregnancy also would be valuable because of the relationship between low numbers of EPCs and the development of cardiovascular disease.


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Contact: Anita Srikameswaran
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University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences
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