Thirty Years of Reproductive Immunology
Research on Blastocyst Implantation Essential Factors (BIEFs)
The Immune System in Pregnancy
The Unique Properties of Uterine NK Cells
Regulatory T Cells and Their Role in Pregnancy
The Contribution of Macrophages to Normal and Pathological Pregnancies
Uterine NK Cells, Spiral Artery Modification and the Regulation of Blood Pressure During Mouse Pregnancy
Governing the Invasive Trophoblast
B7 Family Molecules as Regulators of the Maternal Immune System in Pregnancy
The Role of Placental Exosomes in Reproduction
Immunology of Pre-Eclampsia
Sex Hormone Regulation of Innate Immunity in the Female Reproductive Tract
HIV Infection in the Female Genital Tract
Chlamydia trachomatis, a Hidden Epidemic
Toll-Like Receptors at the Maternal–Fetal Interface in Normal Pregnancy and Pregnancy Disorders
Th1/Th2/Th17 and Regulatory T-Cell Paradigm in Pregnancy
Immunological Modes of Pregnancy Loss
Tolerance to the Foetal Allograft?