There is strong evidence that overproduction of soluble fms-like tyrosine kinase-1 (sFLT1) in the placenta is a major cause of vascular dysfunction in preeclampsia through sFLT1-dependent antagonism of VEGF. However, the cause of placental sFLT1 upregulation is not known. Here we demonstrated that in women with preeclampsia, sFLT1 is upregulated in placental trophoblasts, while VEGF is upregulated in adjacent maternal decidual cells. In response to VEGF, expression of
Xiujun Fan, Anshita Rai, Neeraja Kambham, Joyce F. Sung, Nirbhai Singh, Matthew Petitt, Sabita Dhal, Rani Agrawal, Richard E. Sutton, Maurice L. Druzin, Sanjiv S. Gambhir, Balamurali K. Ambati, James C. Cross, Nihar R. Nayak
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