Assessment of a Short-Term Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity Screen

@inproceedings{Harris1992AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of a Short-Term Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity Screen},
  author={Martha W. Harris and Robert E. Chapin and Ann C. Lockhart and Michael P. Jokinen},
  year={1992}
}
  • Martha W. Harris, Robert E. Chapin, +1 author Michael P. Jokinen
  • Published 1992
  • Biology
  • Abstract Short-term tests for reproductive and developmental toxicity are needed to provide preliminary data on the toxicity of chemicals about which little or no data exist. An ideal design would test all aspects of reproduction and identify the target process in a short time period. One potential design has been evaluated using four chemicals of varying reproductive/developmental toxicity. Swiss mice were mated for 3 days prior to chemical exposure to produce time-mated females for… CONTINUE READING

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