Morphological and biochemical aspects of monofunctional phosphoramide mustard teratogenicity in rat embryos cultured in vitro.


Day 10 rat embryos were exposed in vitro to a monofunctional analog of phosphoramide mustard (MPM) at concentrations of 25 to 200 micrograms/ml (144 to 1,156 X 10(-6) M). After a 24-hour exposure, embryos exhibited a dose-dependent decrease in growth parameters (crown-rump length, number of somites, and protein content) as well as incidence of malformations… (More)


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