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Exposure to ethanol during development can lead to a constellation of congenital anomalies, resulting in prenatal and postnatal failure to thrive, central nervous system (CNS) deficits, and a number of patterning defects that lead to defects in the cardiovascular system, facial structures, and limbs. The cellular, biochemical, and molecular mechanisms by(More)
Developmental ethanol exposure from maternal consumption of alcoholic beverages and many other consumer products has been linked to developmental abnormalities in humans and animal models. The sensitivity of an individual to ethanol-induced perturbation of developmental processes is strongly influenced by genetic factors. In this study, we show that there(More)
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