The Table of Contents for Volume 110, Issue 17 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available.
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Impact of chloroform exposures on reproductive and developmental outcomes: A systematic review of the scientific literature
Amy Lavin Williams, Christopher A. Bates, Nelson D. Pace, Megan J. Leonhard, Ellen T. Chang, John M. DeSesso
Pages: 1267-1313 | First Published: 22 October 2018
Congenital heart disease complexity and childhood cancer risk
Thomas Collins II, Julie Von Behren, Wei Yang, Suzan L. Carmichael, Peggy Reynolds, Paul G. Fisher, Gary M. Shaw
Pages: 1314-1321 | First Published: 16 October 2018
Development of an organotypic stem cell model for the study of human embryonic palatal fusion
Cynthia J. Wolf, David G. Belair, Carrie M. Becker, Kaberi P. Das, Judith E. Schmid, Barbara D. Abbott
Pages: 1322-1334 | First Published: 22 October 2018
Comparing diagnostic outcomes of children with fetal alcohol syndrome in South Africa with diagnostic outcomes when using the updated Institute of Medicine diagnostic guidelines
Denis Viljoen, Jacobus G. Louw, Chanelle Lombard, Leana Olivier
Pages: 1335-1342 | First Published: 22 October 2018
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