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Effects of high altitude on AMPK activation

Study category: Infant Care

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This study plans to learn more about differences in pregnancy between high and low altitudes in Colorado. Participants will be asked to complete ultrasounds and provide blood samples throughout pregnancy, and provide samples such as cord blood at the time of delivery.


Child to Adult


Pregnant women with singleton pregnancies who are 18-45 years old, being seen for prenatal care at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) prenatal clinics and who reside in the Denver metropolitan region and intend to deliver at UCH>

Type of Study

Basic Science


CU John C. Hobbins Perinatal Center
University of Colorado Hospital

Principal Investigator
Lorna Moore,  PhD

Lorna Moore, PhD

Study ID

Protocol Number: 14-2178

More information available at NCT02391519

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