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Nicotine during pregnancy: Towards a mechanism of action


​​​​Researchers at the Biology of Cancer and Infection Laboratory in collaboration with a Canadian group recently demonstrated that the effects of nicotine on the embryonic development are due to the direct effects of this molecule on the development and placental vascularization, phenomena that result in the deregulation of the establishment of the maternal-fetal circulation in early pregnancy.

Published on 27 February 2014

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