Interpreting the toxicologic significance of alterations in anogenital distance: potential for confounding effects of progeny body weights.

@article{Gallavan1999InterpretingTT,
  title={Interpreting the toxicologic significance of alterations in anogenital distance: potential for confounding effects of progeny body weights.},
  author={Robert Jr H Gallavan and Joseph F. Holson and Donald G. Stump and Jane F. Knapp and Vincent L. Reynolds},
  journal={Reproductive toxicology},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 5},
  pages={
          383-90
        }
}
Anogenital distance (AGD) is an endpoint that was recently added to the U.S. EPA testing guidelines for reproductive toxicity studies. This endpoint is sensitive to hormonal effects of test chemicals. It is possible that apparent alterations in AGD might occur after treatment with agents that affect overall pup body size. In such cases, hormonal activity might be associated incorrectly with the test treatment. The analyses in this report evaluated statistical correlations between pup body… CONTINUE READING
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