Meeting Reports

The Immunology of a Successful Pregnancy

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This Euroscicon meeting which took place on the 16th October 2013, examines further the immunological mechanisms involved in successful pregnancies and summarizes some of the latest inputs from this research topic.

Meeting Chair: Dr Rupsha Fraser

Reproductive and Cardiovascular Disease Research Group, Division of Biomedical Sciences, St George´s, University of London

  Author: Dr Inés Velasco

Editors: Dr Astrid Englezou and Dr Shara Cohen

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Contents

INTRODUCTION

The Role of Decidual Natural Killer Cells and Macrophages in Early Pregnancy.

Maternal immunity and the pathogenesis of Chlamydia abortus: peripheral immunity vs placenta

Oocyte Donation Pregnancies are Associated with a higher incidence of HLA alloantibodies

Vaccination during pregnancy: which, who, why, when

Anti-inflammatories as a strategy for the prevention of inflammation induced preterm labour.

The immunomodulating effect of seminal fluid on maternal T cells

The placenta behaves as a parasitic endocrine organ

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

OOCYTE DONATION PREGNANCIES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH A HIGHER INCIDENCE OF HLA ALLOANTIBODIES

THE IMMUNOMODULATING EFFECT OF SEMEN ON MATERNAL T CELLS

TO AVOID IMMUNE SURVEILLANCE, THE PLACENTA MODIFIES ITS SECRETORY PROTEINS WITH PHOSPHOCHOLINE.

MENSTRUAL BLOOD CLOSELY RESEMBLES THE UTERINE IMMUNE MICRO-ENVIRONMENT AND IS CLEARLY  DISTINCT FROM PERIPHERAL BLOOD

 

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