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Prepubertal exposure to commercial formulation of the herbicide glyphosate alters testosterone levels and testicular morphology
The results suggest that commercial formulation of glyphosate is a potent endocrine disruptor in vivo, causing disturbances in the reproductive development of rats when the exposure was performed during the puberty period.
Hypoactivity of the central dopaminergic system and autistic‐like behavior induced by a single early prenatal exposure to lipopolysaccharide
The present findings demonstrate that prenatal LPS induced autism‐like effects and also a hypoactivation of the dopaminergic system.
Glyphosate impairs male offspring reproductive development by disrupting gonadotropin expression
The results suggest that maternal exposure to glyphosate disturbed the masculinization process and promoted behavioral changes and histological and endocrine problems in reproductive parameters.
Effects of dopamine receptor antagonists on ongoing maternal behavior in rats
Prenatal Lipopolysaccharide Reduces Social Behavior in Male Offspring
The data reveal that LPS administered on GD 9.5 impaired male offspring’s social behavior in infancy and adulthood, and this results may be related to an alteration in motivational states or/and increased anxiety.
First Chemical Evaluation and Toxicity of Casinga-cheirosa to Balb-c Male Mice
Although the isolated compounds are biologically and pharmacologically active in both men and animal systems, it is premature to relate their occurrence in EB719 to the observed intestine hemorrhage in mice.