Thursday , April 18 2019

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A blood test that could end the agony of miscarriages has come closer to reality after a team of scientists found a protein that helps babies stick to the womb. The research found that monitoring levels of the protein, called Syncytin-1, which boosts the growth of the placenta and also helps embryos implant in the womb, could give doctors an early indication about whether an embryo will successfully implant.

A blood test that could end the agony of miscarriages has come closer to reality after a team of scientists found a protein that helps babies stick to the womb.
The research found that monitoring levels of the protein, called Syncytin-1, which boosts the growth of the placenta and also helps embryos implant in the womb, could give doctors an early indication about whether an embryo will successfully implant.

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