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Traditional techniques for quantification of murine fetal skeletal development (gross measurements, clear‐staining) are severely limited by specimen processing, soft tissue presence, diffuse staining, and unclear landmarks between which to make measurements. Nondestructive microcomputed...
Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, with approximately half of the HPV‐infected people being adolescents and young adults. A recently developed quadrivalent HPV vaccine, GARDASIL®, has been shown to be highly effective in the prevention...
In 2006, the U.S. EPA published a report entitled A Framework for Assessing Health Risks of Environmental Exposures to Children (hereafter referred to as the “Framework”) describing a lifestage approach to risk assessment that includes the evaluation of existing data from a temporal...
High‐dose gavage exposure to ethylene glycol (EG) is teratogenic in rats, but not rabbits. To investigate the reason for this species difference, toxicokinetic and whole embryo culture (WEC) studies were conducted in gestation day 9 New Zealand White rabbits, and the data compared to very...
This overview paper provides the historical context for the incorporation of lifestage‐specific concerns in human health risk assessment, briefly explains the process employed in a lifestage framework for risk assessment, and discusses the scientific rationale for how utilizing lifestage data...
Understanding and characterizing risks to children has been the focus of considerable research efforts at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Potential health risks resulting from environmental exposures before conception and during pre‐ and postnatal development are often difficult...
Incidence of childhood allergic disease including asthma (AD‐A) has risen since the mid‐20th century with much of the increase linked to changes in environment affecting the immune system. Childhood allergy is an early life disease where predisposing environmental exposures, sensitization,...
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