Constant rate exposure of pregnant hamsters to arsenate during early gestation.

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We have examined the teratogenic and embryotoxic effects of constant-rate exposure of pregnant hamsters to arsenate by means of subcutaneous implants of osmotic minipumps. Different total exposure regimens were established by varying the duration of minipump implants and by varying the concentration of arsenate in the minipumps. Dams were killed on Day 13… (More)

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@article{Ferm1985ConstantRE, title={Constant rate exposure of pregnant hamsters to arsenate during early gestation.}, author={Vergil H Ferm and David P Hanlon}, journal={Environmental research}, year={1985}, volume={37 2}, pages={425-32} }