A qualitative retrospective analysis of positive control data in developmental neurotoxicity studies.

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Testing for neurodevelopmental effects commonly involves both functional and neuropathological assessments in offspring during and following maternal exposure. The use of positive controls in neurotoxicity screening has been advocated by numerous expert groups. Evaluation of positive control data allows evaluation of laboratory proficiency in detecting… (More)

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@article{Crofton2004AQR, title={A qualitative retrospective analysis of positive control data in developmental neurotoxicity studies.}, author={Kevin M. Crofton and Stergios Makris and W F Sette and E. M{\'e}ndez and Kathleen C. Raffaele}, journal={Neurotoxicology and teratology}, year={2004}, volume={26 3}, pages={345-52} }