IFPA meeting 2014 workshop report: Animal models to study pregnancy pathologies; new approaches to study human placental exposure to xenobiotics; biomarkers of pregnancy pathologies; placental genetics and epigenetics; the placenta and stillbirth and fetal growth restriction

S. Barbaux, J. J H M Erwich, P. O. Favaron, S. Gil, D. Gallot, T. G. Golos, A. Gonzalez-Bulnes, J. Guibourdenche, A. E P Heazell, T. Jansson, O. Laprévote, R. M. Lewis, R. K. Miller, D. Monk, B. Novakovic, C. Oudejans, M. Parast, P. Peugnet, C. Pfarrer, H. PinarC. T. Roberts, W. Robinson, R. Saffery, C. Salomon, A. Sexton, A. C. Staff, M. Suter, A. Tarrade, J. Wallace, C. Vaillancourt, D. Vaiman, S. A. Worton, G. E. Lash*

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