Joint effects of genetic variants and residential proximity to pesticide applications on hypospadias risk.

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BACKGROUND We examined risks associated with joint exposure of gene variants and pesticides. METHODS Analyses included 189 cases and 390 male controls born from 1991 to 2003 in California's San Joaquin Valley. We used logistic regression to examine risks associated with joint exposures of gene variants and pesticides that our previous work identified as… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bdra.23508

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@article{Carmichael2016JointEO, title={Joint effects of genetic variants and residential proximity to pesticide applications on hypospadias risk.}, author={Suzan L Carmichael and Wei Yang and Chen Ma and Eric Roberts and Susan E Kegley and Paul English and Edward J. Lammer and John S. Witte and Gary M Shaw}, journal={Birth defects research. Part A, Clinical and molecular teratology}, year={2016}, volume={106 8}, pages={653-8} }