Nardhy Gomez-Lopez mostly deals with Immunology, Fetus, Decidua, Andrology and Receptor. Immunology is a component of her Inflammation, Chemokine, Acquired immune system, Immune system and Tumor necrosis factor alpha studies. Her Inflammation study frequently links to other fields, such as Amniotic fluid.
Her biological study focuses on Placenta. Her work focuses on many connections between Decidua and other disciplines, such as Cytokine, that overlap with her field of interest in Eclampsia, Cytotrophoblast and Allorecognition. The concepts of her Andrology study are interwoven with issues in Pyrin domain, Messenger RNA and Fetal membrane.
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez focuses on Immunology, Fetus, Inflammation, Amniotic fluid and Andrology. Her Fetus research includes themes of Internal medicine, Cytokine and Gestation. Her study in Inflammation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lipopolysaccharide, Rupture of membranes and Pathogenesis.
Her study in the fields of Funisitis under the domain of Amniotic fluid overlaps with other disciplines such as Amniocentesis. Her Andrology research includes elements of Decidual cells and Monocyte. Nardhy Gomez-Lopez focuses mostly in the field of Decidua, narrowing it down to matters related to Endocrinology and, in some cases, Receptor.
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez spends much of her time researching Amniotic fluid, Fetus, Immune system, Immunology and Inflammation. Her work on Funisitis as part of general Amniotic fluid research is frequently linked to Amniocentesis, bridging the gap between disciplines. Nardhy Gomez-Lopez studies Placenta, a branch of Fetus.
Her Immune system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transcriptome and Physiology. Her work carried out in the field of Immunology brings together such families of science as Bacterial vaginosis, Chorioamnionitis and Reproductive disease. Her Inflammation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Preterm labor, Cytokine and Decidua.
Her main research concerns Amniotic fluid, Placenta, Immunology, Fetus and Microbiological culture. Her Amniotic fluid research integrates issues from Inflammation, Inflammasome, Preterm labor, Immune system and Rupture of membranes. Her work investigates the relationship between Inflammation and topics such as Andrology that intersect with problems in Cytokine and White blood cell.
Her Placenta course of study focuses on Gestation and Pathophysiology, Adoptive cell transfer and Decidua. Her biological study deals with issues like Chorioamnionitis, which deal with fields such as Innate immune system and Transcriptome. Nardhy Gomez-Lopez works mostly in the field of Fetus, limiting it down to concerns involving Physiology and, occasionally, Macaque, Umbilical cord, Uterus and Microbiome.
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Immune cells in term and preterm labor
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Derek StLouis;Marcus A Lehr;Elly N Sanchez-Rodriguez.
Cellular & Molecular Immunology (2014)
An immunological insight into the origins of pre-eclampsia
Estibalitz Laresgoiti-Servitje;Nardhy Gómez-López;David M. Olson.
Human Reproduction Update (2010)
Interleukin-6 in pregnancy and gestational disorders
Jelmer R. Prins;Jelmer R. Prins;Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Sarah A. Robertson.
Journal of Reproductive Immunology (2012)
Invasion of the leukocytes into the fetal-maternal interface during pregnancy
Nardhy Gomez‐Lopez;Larry J. Guilbert;David M. Olson.
Journal of Leukocyte Biology (2010)
Maternal circulating leukocytes display early chemotactic responsiveness during late gestation
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Satomi Tanaka;Zoya Zaeem;Gerlinde A. S. Metz.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (2013)
Evidence for a Role for the Adaptive Immune Response in Human Term Parturition
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Rodrigo Vega-Sanchez;Marisol Castillo-Castrejon;Roberto Romero.
American Journal of Reproductive Immunology (2013)
Fetal membranes exhibit selective leukocyte chemotaxic activity during human labor.
N. Gomez-Lopez;G. Estrada-Gutierrez;L. Jimenez-Zamudio;R. Vega-Sanchez.
Journal of Reproductive Immunology (2009)
Does the human placenta delivered at term have a microbiota? Results of cultivation, quantitative real-time PCR, 16S rRNA gene sequencing, and metagenomics.
Kevin R. Theis;Kevin R. Theis;Roberto Romero;Andrew D. Winters;Jonathan M. Greenberg.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (2019)
The Role of Chemokines in Term and Premature Rupture of the Fetal Membranes: A Review
Nardhy Gomez-Lopez;Estibalitz Laresgoiti-Servitje;David M. Olson;Guadalupe Estrada-Gutiérrez.
Biology of Reproduction (2010)
Intra-Amniotic Administration of HMGB1 Induces Spontaneous Preterm Labor and Birth.
Nardhy Gomez‐Lopez;Nardhy Gomez‐Lopez;Roberto Romero;Olesya Plazyo;Olesya Plazyo;Bogdan Panaitescu.
American Journal of Reproductive Immunology (2016)
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