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Field and Laboratory Studies of the Effects of Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Other Persistent Organic Pollutants on Thyroid Function During Avian Development
Grant Number R827400
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors (1999)


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Book Chapter (3)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter McNabb FM, McCleary RJ, Fowler LA, Parsons CM, Grasman KA, Fox GA, Goos HJ, Rastogi RK, Vaudry H, Pierantoni R, Goos HJ, Rastogi RK, Vaudry H, Pierantoni R. Thyroid function in polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB)-exposed avian ambryos and chicks. Monduzzi Editore, Bologna, Italy. 2001;275-280 R827400 (Final)
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Book Chapter McNabb FM, Dawson A, Chaturvedi CM. Maternal thyroid hormones in avian eggs: Potential for pollutant disruption of thyroid hormone deposition and effects on embryonic development. Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, India. 2002;15:219-230 R827400 (Final)
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Book Chapter Mcnabb FMA, McCleary RJR, Fowler LA, Parsons CM, Grasman KA, Fox GA, Goos H, Rastogi R, Vaudry H, Pierantoni R. Thyroid function in PCB-exposed avian embryos and chicks. In: Goos HJTh, Rastogi RK, Vaudry H, Pierantoni R, eds. Perspectives in Comparative Endocrinology: Unity and Diversity. Monduzzi Editore, Napoli, Italy. 2001:127-139 R827400 (Final)
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