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Tissue-specific NK cells are abundant in the pregnant uterus and interact with invading placental trophoblast cells that transform the mother’s arteries to increase the fetoplacental blood supply. disorders that result from faulty placentation with insufficient trophoblast arterial alteration (y.g., pre-eclampsia, fetal development limitation, and repeated miscarriage) are connected to an lack of the telomeric (area

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