Independent Maternal and Fetal Genetic Effects on Midgestational Circulating Levels of Environmental Pollutants

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Maternal exposure to environmental pollutants could affect fetal brain development and increase autism spectrum disorder (ASD) risk in conjunction with differential genetic susceptibility. Organohalogen congeners measured in maternal midpregnancy blood samples have recently shown significant, but negative associations with offspring ASD outcome. We report… (More)
DOI: 10.1534/g3.117.039784

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@inproceedings{Traglia2017IndependentMA, title={Independent Maternal and Fetal Genetic Effects on Midgestational Circulating Levels of Environmental Pollutants}, author={Michela Traglia and Lisa A Croen and Kristen Lyall and Gayle C. Windham and Marty Kharrazi and Gerald N. Delorenze and A. Rodr{\'i}guez Torres and Lauren Anne Weiss}, booktitle={G3}, year={2017} }