In this issue of BDRC are reviews that lay out a wealth of history about the remarkable neural crest cells with controversies addressed and therapeutic promise revealed.
NIH will accept responses through October 13, 2014. FASEB is working with the Animals in Research and Education Subcommittee and the Clinical and Translational Research Subcommittee to develop a letter to be sent to NIH on balancing sex in research.
This special issue is dedicated to the presentations of the 8th International Conference on Neural Tube Defects held October 7-10, 2013 in Austin, Texas.
This issue of BDRB contains a paper by Chapin et al. describing a primary epididymal cell culture and its application to the study of inflammatory potential of new drug candidates. It also contains a review by Dietert describing the development and significance of the microbiome in early life.
In this issue of BDRA, the 2nd Annual International OTIS-ENTIS meeting program is presented, with over 75 abstracts covering a wide array of cutting-edge new data on exposures in pregnancy and lactation.