Selenium-associated differentially expressed microRNAs and their targeted mRNAs across the placental genome in two U.S. birth cohorts

Fu-Ying Tian, Elizabeth M. Kennedy, Karen Hermetz, Amber Burt, Todd M. Everson, Tracy Punshon, Brian P. Jackson, Ke Hao, Jia Chen, Margaret R. Karagas, Devin C. Koestler & Carmen Marsit
Selenium is an important micronutrient for foetal development. MicroRNAs play an important role in the function of the placenta, in communication between the placenta and maternal systems, and their expression can be altered through environmental and nutritional cues. To investigate the associations between placental selenium concentration and microRNA expression in the placenta, our observational study included 393 mother-child pairs from the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) and the Rhode Island Child Health Study (RICHS)....
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