Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
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Imbalance of Caveolin-1 and eNOS Expression in the Pulmonary Vasculature of Experimental Diaphragmatic Hernia
Treatment of Mid-Pregnant Mice with KRN633, an Inhibitor of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor Tyrosine Kinase, Induces Abnormal Retinal Vascular Patterning in Their Newborn Pups
Evaluation of Developmental Toxicity of Propylthiouracil and Methimazole
Primary Cell Cultures for Understanding Rat Epididymal Inflammation
The Microbiome in Early Life: Self-Completion and Microbiota Protection as Health Priorities
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Developmental Toxicity Studies with Atrazine and its Major Metabolites in Rats and Rabitts
Anthony R. Scialli, John M. DeSesson, Charles B. Breckenridge
Atrazine and Pregnancy Outcomes: A Systematic Review of Epidemiologic Evidence
Michael Goodman, Jack S. Mandel, John M. DeSesso
Effects of Ethylene Glyocol Monomethyl Ether and Its Metabolite, 2-Methoxyacetic Acid, on Organogenesis Stage Mouse Limbs in Vitro
Caroline Dayan, Barbara F. Hales
The Effect of Atrazine Administered by Gavage or in Diet on the LH Surge and Reproductive Performance in Intact Female Sprague-Dawley and Long Evans Rats
Chad D. Foradori, Prägati Sawhney Coder, Merrill Tisdel, Kun Don Yi, James W. Simpkins, Robert J. Handa and Charles B. Breckenridge
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NTP-CERHR expert panel report on the reproductive and developmental toxicity of bisphenol A
Chapin, R. E., Adams, J., Boekelheide, K., Gray, L. E., Hayward, S. W., Lees, P. S.J., McIntyre, B. S., Portier, K. M., Schnorr, T. M., Selevan, S. G., Vandenbergh, J. G. and Woskie, S. R.
Evaluation of the reproductive and developmental risks of caffeine
Brent, R. L., Christian, M. S. and Diener, R. M.
Interpreting Estrogen Screening Assays in the Context of Potency and Human Exposure Relative to Natural Exposures to Phytoestrogens
Becker, R. A., Hays, S. M., Kirman, C. R., Aylward, L. L. and Wise, K.
Considerations in assessing the developmental and reproductive toxicity potential of biopharmaceuticals
Martin, P. L., Breslin, W., Rocca, M., Wright, D. and Cavagnaro, J
Key Learnings from Performance of the U.S. EPA Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program (EDSP) Tier 1 In Vitro Assays
LeBaron, M. J., Coady, K. K., O'Connor, J. C., Nabb, D. L., Markell, L. K., Snajdr, S. and Sue Marty, M
Birth Defects Research Distinguished Scholar Awards
Congratulations to Dr. Anick Bérard, the winner of the Birth Defects Research Distinguished Scholar Award for her paper in Birth Defects Research: Part B: First trimester exposure to paroxetine and risk of cardiac malformations in infants: The importance of dosage. Details of the Award can be read here.
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