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The aim of this preliminary study was to evaluate and compare MTA1 and MTA3 antigens expression in normal and preeclamptic placentas in order to demonstrate their possible functional relationship during pathogenesis of preeclampsia. Materials and Methods: A series including 20 paraffin-embedded placentas, ten of which originated from normal patients and ten from preeclamptic patients, that were examined by immunohistochemistry using the polyclonal antibodies MTA1 and MTA3. Results: The resultsdoi:10.12891/ceog3405.2017 fatcat:un4565i3trbmzmt24ejigfefxy