A role for H₂S in the microcirculation of newborns: the major metabolite of H₂S (Thiosulphate) is increased in preterm infants.
Early microvascular changes in the preterm neonate: a comparative study of the human and guinea pig.
Interactions of the gasotransmitters contribute to microvascular tone (dys)regulation in the preterm neonate
A Role for H2S in the microcirculation of newborns: the major metabolite of H2S (thiosulphate) is increased in preterm infants
The guinea pig as an animal model for studying perinatal changes in microvascular function
Endogenous angiotensins and catecholamines do not reduce skin blood flow or prevent hypotension in preterm piglets
Protocol for the Women and Their Children's Health (WATCH) Study: a cohort of pregnancy and beyond
Retinal microvascular changes in low-birth-weight babies have a link to future health
Extra-uterine renal growth in preterm infants: oligonephropathy and prematurity
Relationship between the retinal microvasculature and renal volume in low-birth-weight babies
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