In this issue, Kimmel et al. bring clarity to the question of whether bent long bones, scapulae, and wavy ribs should be considered to be malformations or variations, with an incisive review of the literature.
The October 2014 issue of Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology is available and you may access the table of contents online.
See a sample listing of training programs as a resource for students and new investigators.
The first session “Complexities in Evaluating Human Clinical and Observational Data for Ingredient Safety Assessment: Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHOs) As a Case Study” will be November 7, 2014. This event also accessible by webcast.
Training programs pertaining to teratology, developmental toxicology, or reproductive toxicology.