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Looking at How Caffeine Moves From Mother to Fetus

News   Feb 27, 2019 | Original Story from Iowa State University.

 
Looking at How Caffeine Moves From Mother to Fetus

This illustration shows how Nicole Hashemi and a team of Iowa State researchers are using a "placenta-on-a-chip" to study the transport of caffeine molecules from a mother to a fetus. Credit: Lasitha Kurukula Arachchi for the Hashemi Lab.

 
 
 

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