• Turning Back the Clock

    10 days ago - By Bond Life Sciences Center

    Megan Sheridan, a postdoctoral fellow working with the R. Michael Roberts lab, removes the base solution from a demonstrated sample of stem cells that will be grown into placental cells for study of their interaction with the Zika virus. | photo by Phillip Sitter, Bond LSC
    By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC
    At 24 weeks pregnant, a baby can hear the mother's lullabies. At 30 weeks, her belly is a little over a foot large. At 40, the hospital bag is already packed and ready to go.
    But imagine delivering only two weeks after the bump starts showing.
    Preeclampsia makes induced birth necessary as...
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