London – Scientists have created "mini-placentas" in the laboratory, offering hope for complications such as complications of dangerous and traumatic pregnancies, such as mortality and pre-eclampsia.
They can create thoughts with problems during the first three months.
Mini-placentas, which are so invisible to the small size, have grown by a group led by Cambridge University.
Professor of Ashley Moffett, a professor at the Department of Pathology at the University, and a journalist in Nature, said: "We expect to see these minor placents, because pregnancy does not work."
Mini-placentas also causes this protein in the brain behind the brain. This discovery may lead to a drug like a serious morning sickness like Katrina, a Duchess of Cambridge.