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Pre-eclampsia and maternal-fetal conflict

RNA-seq reveals conservation of function among the yolk sacs of human, mouse, and chicken

Oxidative stress and the evolutionary origins of preeclampsia

Genetic recapitulation of human pre-eclampsia risk during convergent evolution of reduced placental invasiveness in eutherian mammals

Identical inferences about correlated evolution arise from ancestral state reconstruction and independent contrasts

IFPA Meeting 2013 Workshop Report II: Use of 'omics' in understanding placental development, bioinformatics tools for gene expression analysis, planning and coordination of a placenta research network, placental imaging, evolutionary approaches to understanding pre-eclampsia

Inferring ancestral states without assuming neutrality or gradualism using a stable model of continuous character evolution

How are autism and schizotypy related?: Evidence from a non-clinical population

Placental invasion, preeclampsia risk and adaptive molecular evolution at the origin of the great apes: Evidence from genome-wide analyses

The adaptive significance of adult neurogenesis: An integrative approach

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