Placental growth factor and apoptosis as early prognostic factor of placental insufficiency
Keywordshuman placenta, abnormal pregnancies, angiogenesis, apoptosis.
Filonenko T.G., Davydova A.A., Ermola Yu.A., Nechiporenko G.V., Shalanin V.V., Syurina N.A., Menshikova O.P., Kuzmin M.N., Fedotov V.V., Beketov A.A. Placental growth factor and apoptosis as early prognostic factor of placental insufficiency. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(1):69-74. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.13990
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Received: 15.06.2014. Revised 05.10.2014. Accepted: 25.12.2014.
PLACENTAL GROWTH FACTOR AND APOPTOSIS AS EARLY PROGNOSTIC FACTOR OF PLACENTAL INSUFFICIENCY
Filonenko T.G., Davydova A.A., Ermola Yu.A., Nechiporenko G.V., Shalanin V.V., Syurina N.A., Menshikova O.P., Kuzmin M.N., Fedotov V.V., Beketov A.A.
Departement of pathomorphology. State Institution “Crimea State Medical University named after S.I. Georgievsky”, Simferopol, Crimea Republic, Russian Federation
Aim is to determine and measurement of placenta growth factor (PLGF), to demonstrate apoptosis in the human placenta in normal and abnormal pregnancies would usefully predict subsequent placental insufficiency. Clinico-functional evaluation of fetoplacental complex and definition of placental growth factor (PLGF) activity in serum of 55 pregnant women has been carried out.
Histological verification of chronic placental insufficiency showed 3 types of patients: Compensatory chronic placental insufficiency, Subcompensatory and Subcompensatory with acute decompensation. Immunohistochemically a cross-sectional study was conducted to determine the expression of antybodies: marker of angiogenesis - CD34 , of apoptosis - P53 and antiapoptotic protein bcl2. Calculation of number of positive cells on 3-d visual areas of slide (200 magnification) took place.
Comparing information of indexes of level of PLGF in the whey of blood, indexes of CD34 positive vessels and apoptosis it is possible to suppose that the investigated data show the dynamics of pathomorphologic changes in a placenta at chronic placenta insufficiency and can be diagnostic criteria.
Key words: human placenta, abnormal pregnancies, angiogenesis, apoptosis.
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