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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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In conclusion, tCys, which is an essential amino acid in the human fetus, may be actively transported in the placenta from the maternal to the fetal circulation where it is used in biosynthesis.
First, the possibility of plasma maternal DNA transfer into the fetal circulation in humans remains unexplored.
Our research focuses on the pathogenesis of preeclampsia as a result of active chronic periodontal disease and illustrates the four host immune responses that occur from the periodontal tissues to the fetal circulation.
The fetal and neonatal injuries are thought to result in part from passage of the anti-SSA/Ro and anti-SSB/La anti-bodies across the placenta and into the fetal circulation.
The researchers write that "it is likely that lipophilic compounds such as PBDEs move into fetal circulation along with maternal lipids.
AFP contributes to oncotic pressure in the fetal circulation.
The present results suggest that, because the maternal circulation is higher in oxygen concentration than fetal circulation, the oxygen environment of maternal circulation induces apoptotic changes in fetal NRBCs transferred to maternal circulation, leading to clearance of NRBCs from the maternal circulation.
Dioxins are transferred from maternal to fetal circulation and can be found in amniotic fluids.
This finding is relevant because redistribution in fetal circulation during IUGR is commonly regarded as neuroprotective (2-5, 20).