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Effects of an Endocrine Disruptor on Prostate Development and Growth
Grant Number R827403
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors (1999)


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Book Chapter (2)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (6)
Proceedings (1)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Naz RK. Endocrine Disruptors: Effects on Male and Female Reproductive Systems, Second Edition. CRC, . 2004: R827403 (Final)
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Book Chapter Richter CA, Timms BG, vom Saal FS. Prostate development: mechanisms for opposite effects of low and high doses of estrogenic chemicals. In: Naz RK, ed. Endocrine Disruptors: Effects on Male and Female Reproductive Systems, Second Ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. R827403 (Final)
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Journal Article Thomson AA, Timms BG, Barton L, Cunha GR, Grace OC. The role of smooth muscle in regulating prostatic induction. Development 2002;129(8):1905-1912. R827403 (Final)
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Journal Article Timms BG, Howdeshell KL, Barton L, Bradley S, Richter CA, Vom Saal FS. Estrogenic chemicals in plastic and oral contraceptives disrupt the fetal mouse prostate and urethra. Biology of Reproduction 2005;102(19):7014-7019. . R827403 (Final)
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Presentation Timms BG. Endocrine disruptors and children's health. Presented at the Pediatric Grand Round, Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD, May 2004. R827403 (Final)
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Presentation Timms BG. Estrogenic disruption of the male urogenital system. Presented at the Gordon Research Conference: Environmental Endocrine Disruptors, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH, June 2004. R827403 (Final)
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Presentation Timms BG. Human prostate embryology: past, present and future. Presented at The 5th World Congress on Urological Research, London, UK, September 2003. R827403 (Final)
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Presentation vom Saal FS, Sheehan D, Welshons WV, Timms BG. Body of knowledge presentation and discussion: Endocrine Disruptors-Low Dose Peer Review, NIEHS; NIH; NTP Meeting, NC, October 2000. R827403 (2000)
R827403 (2002)
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Presentation vom Saal FS, Howdeshell KL, Ruhlen RL, Taylor JA, Timms BG, Welshons WV. High sensitivity of the fetal prostate to endogenous and environmental estrogens. Presented at the Meeting on Bisphenol A: Low Dose Effects-High Dose Effects, BPA Meeting, Berlin, 2000, p. 20. R827403 (2000)
R827403 (2002)
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Presentation vom Saal FS, Sheehan D, Welshons WV, Timms BG. Endocrine disruptors - low dose peer review. Presented at the National Toxicology Program Meeting, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health, Research Triangle Park, NC, October 2000. R827403 (Final)
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Proceedings vom Saal FS, Howdeshell KL, Ruhlen RL, Taylor JA, Timms BG, Welshons WV. High sensitivity of the fetal prostate to endogenous and environmental estrogens. In: Proceedings of the Meeting on Bisphenol A: Low Dose Effects - High Dose Effects, Berlin, Germany, 2000, p. 20. R827403 (2002)
R827403 (Final)
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