Digibind, endogenous cardiotonic steroids

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Post by caryn » Mon Nov 23, 2009 11:29 am

Our results suggest that elevated levels of endogenous bufadienolide CTS represent a potential target for immunoneutralization in patients with preeclampsia...


So when you put this particular drug into a culture of preeclamptic placenta, it binds some stuff that the placenta is overproducing (compared to a normal placenta.) Which might, in the long run, contribute to some sort of therapy -- what we're looking for right now is something that will buy us 48 hours for steroid shots.

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