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 Why IgM do not passes through placenta in pregnancy?

Answer This is because their is no receptor to facilitate IgM on the placenta. IgM is too big is a common, and wrong misconception.
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Can previous ovarian cyst surgery cause low line placenta in pregnancy later?

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How or where can you get backstage passes or meetngreet passes for the American idol concert on July 20th?

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Is it healthy to eat your own placenta?

Other animals do it. Go for it!!! Pour some Jack Daniels over that too!
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How is the placenta different from the umbilical cord?

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