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Alternated Neurodevelopment and Immune Function a Nonhuman Primate Model of Maternal Immune Activation

      Children born to women who experience infection during pregnancy have an increased risk neurodevelopmental disorders. Rodent models of maternal immune activation (MIA) have identified the maternal immune response as the critical link between maternal infection and aberrant offspring neurodevelopment.
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