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The aim was to study the control females (CF)‐1 mouse embryo differentiation, growth, morphology on embryonic E‐ and N‐cadherin expression at midgestation after periconceptional moderate alcohol ingestion. Adult female mice were exposed to 10% ethanol in drinking water for 17 days previous...
The objective of this study was to determine whether in utero exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) induced reproductive tract abnormalities in the adult male testis. Using the C57/Bl6 mouse, we examined sex‐organ weights, anogenital distance, and testis histopathology in adult males exposed in utero...
BACKGROUND: To determine if the fetus was affected by maternal antibodies to BMP‐2, the antibody response and developmental effects in fetuses from does immunized against recombinant human BMP‐2 were evaluated. METHODS: Female New Zealand White rabbits received four intramuscular injections...
Developmental toxicities, including birth defects, are significant public health problems. This study was planned to assess the cholinergic and developmental potentials of diazinon that is widely used as an organophosphate insecticide. Pregnant female Sprague‐Dawley rats were given diazinon...
BACKGROUND: Testicular toxicity (TT) is a sporadic and challenging issue in pharmaceutical drug development. Efforts to develop TT screening assays or biomarkers have been overshadowed by consortium efforts to predict drug‐induced toxicities such as hepatic injury, which are encountered more...
BACKGROUND: Since cyclophosphamide is metabolically activated to teratogenic acrolein and cytotoxic phosphoramide mustard by cytochrome P‐450 type 2B (CYP2B), we assessed the effects of licorice, a CYP2B inducer, on the fetal defects induced by cyclophosphamide. METHODS: Pregnant...
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