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2-Methylhexanoic Acid Developmental Toxicity Testing.
Abnormal Functional Development of the Heart, Lungs, and Kidneys: Approaches to Functional Teratology.
Activity Profiles of Developmental Toxicity: Design Considerations and Pilot Implementation.
Amphotericin B- and Folic Acid-Induced Nephropathies in Developing Rats.
Animal Models for Assessing Developmental Toxicity.
Application of benchmark dose methodology to data from prenatal developmental toxicity studies.
Benomyl-Induced Craniocerebral Anomalies in Fetuses of Adequately Nourished and Protein-Deprived Rats.
Biochemical and Functional Alterations in Renal and Cardiac Development Resulting from Neonatal Methylmercury Treatment.
Biologically Based Dose Response Models for Developmental Toxicity Risk Assessment.
Cell Number and Size in Selected Organs of Fetuses of Rats Malnourished and Exposed to Nitrofen.
Chlorambucil Induced Congenital Renal Hypoplasia: Effects on Basal Renal Function in the Developing Rat.
Co-Culture of Rat Embryos and Hepatocytes: 'In vitro' Detection of a Proteratogen.
Critical Prenatal Periods for Chlorambucil-Induced Functional Alterations of the Rat Kidney.
Development of Adrenergic Receptor Binding Sites in Brain Regions of the Neonatal Rat: Effects of Prenatal or Postnatal Exposure to Methylmercury.
Developmental Toxicity and Structure-Activity Relationships of Aliphatic Acids, Including Dose-Response Assessment of Valproic Acid in Mice and Rats.
Developmental Toxicity of Dinocap in the Mouse is not Due to Two Isomers of the Major Active Ingredients (Journal Version).
Developmental toxicity of inhaled methanol in the CD-1 mouse, with quantitative dose--response modeling for estimation of benchmark doses
Developmental Toxicity of Methanol in Whole Embryo Culture: A Comparative Study with Mouse and Rat Embryos.
Dose-Dependent Effect of Prenatal Dexamethasone Treatment on beta-Adrenergic Receptor Coupling to Ornithine Decarboxylase and Cyclic AMP.
Drug toxicity in embryonic development : advances in understanding mechanisms of birth defects /
Early Biochemical Detection of Adverse Effects of a Neurobehavioral Teratogen: Influence of Prenatal Methylmercury Exposure on Ornithine Decarboxylase in Brain and Other Tissues of Fetal and Neonatal Rat.
Effect of Acute Maternal Toxicity on Fetal Development in the Mouse.
Effects of Maternal Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection on the Mouse Conceptus at Different Gestational Stages.
Effects of Neonatal Methylmercury Exposure on Adrenergic Receptor Binding Sites in Peripheral Tissues of the Developing Rat.
Effects of Neonatal Methylmercury Exposure on Development of Nucleic Acids and Proteins in Rat Brain: Regional Specificity.
Effects of the Herbicide 2,4-Dichlorophenyl(rho)-Nitrophenyl Ether (NIT) on Serum Thyroid Hormones in Adult Female Mice.
Effects on the Fetal Rat Intestine of Maternal Malnutrition and Exposure to Nitrofen (2,4-Dichlorophenyl-p-Nitrophenyl Ether).
Effects on the Fetus of Maternal Benomyl Exposure in the Protein-Deprived Rat.
Effects on the Fetus of Maternal Nitrofen Exposure in the Protein-Deprived Rat.
Electrocardiographic Responses of Rat Fetuses with Clamped or Intact Umbilical Cords to Acute Maternal Uterine Ischemia.
Extended Evaluation of an 'In vivo' Teratology Screen Utilizing Postnatal Growth and Viability in the Mouse.
Extraction of Phenol and Its Metabolites from Aqueous Solution.
Fate of Adriamycin-Induced Dilated Renal Pelvis in the Fetal Rat: Functional and Morphological Effects in the Offspring.
Fetal Development in the Rat Following Disruption of Maternal Renal Function during Pregnancy.
Fetal Dexamethasone Exposure Accelerates Development of Renal Function: Relationship to Dose, Cell Differentiation and Growth Inhibition.
Fetal Dexamethasone Exposure Impairs Cellular Development in Neonatal Rat Heart and Kidney: Effects on DNA and Protein in Whole Tissues.
Functional Consequences of Prenatal Methylmercury Exposure: Effects on Renal and Hepatic Responses to Trophic Stimuli and on Renal Excretory Mechanisms.
Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 1. Colchicine, Dinoseb, and Methyl Salicylate.
Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 2. Nitrofen and Ethylenethiourea.
Further Evaluation of an In vivo Teratology Screen.
Gonadal Effects of Fetal Exposure to the Azo Dye Congo Red in Mice: Infertility in Female but Not Male Offspring.
In vitro Culture of Postimplantation Hamster Embryos.
In vivo and In vitro Structure-Dosimetry-Activity Relationships of Substituted Phenols in Developmental Toxicity Assays.
Kidney Morphology and Function in the Young of Rats Malnourished and Exposed to Nitrofen during Pregnancy.
Lowering pH Increases Embryonic Sensitivity to Formate in Whole Embryo Culture.
Mouse Teratogen Dinocap Has Lower A/D Ratios and Is Not Teratogenic in the Rat and Hamster (Journal Version).
Neonatal Sympathectomy Compromises Development of Responses of Ornithine Decarboxylase to Hormonal Stimulation in Peripheral Tissues.
Neural Factors in the Development of Renal Function: Effect of Neonatal Central Catecholaminergic Lesions with 6-Hydroxydopamine.
Pharmacologic Probing of Amphotericin B-Induced Renal Dysfunction in the Neonatal Rat.
Pharmacologic Probing of Mercuric Chloride-Induced Renal Dysfunction in the Neonatal Rat.
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