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Perinatal Carcinogenesis

Studies of the mechanisms by which maternal exposure to carcinogens cause cancer in in children.
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Review
2004
Review
2004
The many physiological, biochemical, and structure differences between rodents and humans, especially with regard to gestation… Expand
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Review
1989
Review
1989
Epidemiological evidence for prenatal carcinogenesis includes associations between cancer in young people and intrauterine… Expand
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1989
1989
We discuss the transplacental and transmammary carcinogenicity of 7,12-dimethylbenz[a]anthracene (DMBA) in Swiss albino mice and… Expand
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1984
1984
 
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1983
1983
  • W. Jurgelski
  • Biological research in pregnancy and perinatology
  • 1983
  • Corpus ID: 22656041
The differences in developmental biology between marsupials and eutherian animals provide alternative approaches to major… Expand
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1979
1979
Host factors are operative in transplacental carcinogenesis. There are species, strain, sex, and individual differences in… Expand
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1979
1979
  • Jerry M. Rice
  • National Cancer Institute monograph
  • 1979
  • Corpus ID: 36487023
The proceedings of the Conference are summarized in the context of current understanding of perinatal susceptibility to… Expand
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1979
Review
1979
General concepts of chemical carcinogenesis are reviewed and implications of these concepts in perinatal carcinogenesis, as well… Expand
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1979
Review
1979
A series of studies pertaining to perinatal carcinogenesis have been reviewed. Their main objective was development and… Expand
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1976
1976
  • Jerry M. Rice
  • Environmental health perspectives
  • 1976
  • Corpus ID: 13977820
Intrauterine and early postnatal life are periods of exceptionally high susceptibility to certain kinds of chemical carcinogens… Expand
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