Understanding the keys of mother-embryo molecular dialogue in early pregnancy

One of the most important purposes of MELISA Institute is increasing the knowledge about the molecular cross-talk between mother and embryo in the first weeks of pregnancy after conception.

Currently, MELISA is working in the identification of signals of mother-embryo interactions during the natural process of conception, analyzing the proteome and transcriptome present in different maternal fluids and tissues such as cervicovaginal mucus, blood, saliva and cervical brushings.