A research team from the Universitat de València, in collaboration with the Igenomix Foundation and INCLIVA, for the first time has managed to describe the structure and function of human endometrial (the mucous layer that lines the uterine cavity) microbiota in a woman before an embryo transfer that lead to spontaneous abortion and during the 4th week of gestation in the same women who subsequently had a successful pregnancy.
Keywords: microbiota, pregnancy, endometrial
Moreno, I., Garcia-Grau, I., Bau, D., Perez-Villaroya, D., Gonzalez-Monfort, M., Vilella, F., Romero, R., & Simón, C. (2020). The first glimpse of the endometrial microbiota in early pregnancy. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, 222(4), 296–305. Click here.
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