Bisphenol A Exposure Causes Meiotic Aneuploidy in the Female Mouse

@article{Hunt2003BisphenolAE,
  title={Bisphenol A Exposure Causes Meiotic Aneuploidy in the Female Mouse},
  author={P. Hunt and K. E. Koehler and M. Susiarjo and C. Hodges and A. Ilagan and R. Voigt and Sally Thomas and B. Thomas and T. Hassold},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={546-553}
}
BACKGROUND There is increasing concern that exposure to man-made substances that mimic endogenous hormones may adversely affect mammalian reproduction. Although a variety of reproductive complications have been ascribed to compounds with androgenic or estrogenic properties, little attention has been directed at the potential consequences of such exposures to the genetic quality of the gamete. RESULTS A sudden, spontaneous increase in meiotic disturbances, including aneuploidy, in studies of… Expand
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