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Amphotericin B- and Folic Acid-Induced Nephropathies in Developing Rats.
Chlorambucil Induced Congenital Renal Hypoplasia: Effects on Basal Renal Function in the Developing Rat.
Critical Prenatal Periods for Chlorambucil-Induced Functional Alterations of the Rat Kidney.
Fate of Adriamycin-Induced Dilated Renal Pelvis in the Fetal Rat: Functional and Morphological Effects in the Offspring.
Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 1. Colchicine, Dinoseb, and Methyl Salicylate.
Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 2. Nitrofen and Ethylenethiourea.
Lethality in Mice and Rats Exposed to 2450 MHz Circularly Polarized Microwaves as a Function of Exposure Duration and Environmental Factors.
Prenatal alpha-Difluoromethylornithine Treatment: Effects on Postnatal Renal Growth and Function in the Rat.
Renal Functional Teratogenesis Resulting from Adriamycin Exposure (Journal Version).
Significance of the Dilated Renal Pelvis in the Nitrofen-Exposed Rat Fetus: Effects on Morphology and Function (Journal Version).
Toxicity of Mercuric Chloride to the Developing Rat Kidney. 3. Distribution and Elimination of Mercury during Postnatal Maturation.
Toxicity of Sodium Fluoride to the Postnatally Developing Rat Kidney.
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