Immunoexpression of CD30 and CD30 ligand in deciduas from spontaneous abortions

Abstract

In the present study, using immunohistochemistry, we studied the expression of CD30 and CD30-L in 35 deciduas obtained from women following elective abortion during normal physiological gestation and in 60 deciduas obtained from women after spontaneous abortion with or without signs of inflammation. The main difference was noticed in the first trimester of gestation in which was found a decrease in CD30/CD30-L-positive decidual glandular and stromal cells in a greater number of cases of spontaneous abortions with respect to cases of physiological pregnancies (70% vs 50%, p<0.05). In addition, deciduas from spontaneous abortions with inflammation and without inflammation reacted similarly. The reduced expression of CD30 and CD30-L and their cellular pattern detected in the deciduas from spontaneous abortions suggest that the CD30/CD30-L system is crucial for preventing abortions in the first trimester. And furthermore, the distinctive expression of CD30/CD30- L in deciduas from physiological pregnancies may indicate that the CD30/CD30-L system exerts its main role in the first trimester.

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2009-06-30
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Trovato, M., Grosso, M., Vitarelli, E., Le Donne, M., Barresi, V., Trimarchi, F., & Barresi, G. (2009). Immunoexpression of CD30 and CD30 ligand in deciduas from spontaneous abortions. European Journal of Histochemistry, 49(3), 285-290. https://doi.org/10.4081/955

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