Factors Affecting Intra Uterine Glycogen Storage

  • Jeanne M. Roux
Part of the Developments in Perinatal Medicine book series (DIPM, volume 1)

Abstract

In a review about foetal glycogen reserves, it is obvious to make mention of the work of Claude Bernard (1) who claimed in 1859 that the presence of large amounts of glycogen in the foetal tissues was essential for growth and differentiation.

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