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The effect of a maternal infection on the fetus may be due to direct actions of toxins or organisms or it can be an indirect consequence of interference with placental or uterine function (Leviton & Gilles, 1996; Leviton & Paneth, 1990). The effect of a specific infection on fetal development is likely to depend on maternal and fetal factors including genetics, nutrition, stage of development, anatomical site of the infection, and the integrity of the placenta. After implantation interaction between the mother and fetus is mediated through the trophoblast, which has distinct immunological characteristics.
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