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Trichloroethylene (TCE) and dichloroethylene (DCE) are high‐volume industrial chemicals frequently found as contaminants in public drinking water supplies. The developmental toxicity of both chemicals has been evaluated in laboratory and epidemiologic studies. It has been suggested that TCE and...
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to detect possible etiological factors in the origin of isolated congenital cataracts. METHODS The data set of the Hungarian Case‐Control Surveillance of Congenital Abnormalities, 1980–2002, contains 111 cases of isolated congenital cataract and 111...
BACKGROUND Although normal coronary artery embryogenesis is well described in the literature, little is known about the development of coronary vessels in abnormal hearts. METHODS We used an animal model of retinoic acid (RA)–evoked outflow tract malformations (e.g., double outlet right...
BACKGROUND Cleft lip with or without cleft palate is the most common congenital anomaly in the craniofacial region. Knowledge of the molecular mechanisms behind normal lip fusion can contribute to better intervention and improved functional clinical outcome. Transforming growth factor‐β3...
BACKGROUND Ethanol consumption during pregnancy leads to changes in murine dental morphogenesis, dental size, cellular differentiation, enamel mineralization, and delayed eruption. It has been proposed that glycoproteins play a role during embryonic dental development that may determine the...
BACKGROUND The teratogenic effect of influenza viruses is currently being debated, and we examined the large population‐based data set of the Hungarian Case‐Control Surveillance of Congenital Abnormalities (HCCSCA) to study the possible association between maternal influenza and various...
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