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Nicotine has been hypothesized to induce neurobehavioral teratology by mimicking prematurely the natural developmental signals ordinarily communicated by the ontogeny of cholinergic synaptic(More)
Although glucocorticoids slow the development of most cell types, they have been hypothesized to promote the differentiation of catecholaminergic cells. In the current study, pregnant rats were given(More)
Although high doses of glucocorticoids are teratogenic, endogenous hormones are necessary for development. Because of the central role of cAMP to control cell differentiation, we examined the dose(More)