The Table of Contents for Volume 111, Issue 4 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available. This issue contains a mini-section (editorial and two reviews) on "The Immune System: From Placenta to Birth," edited by Dr. Michiko Watanabe.
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FOCUS ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM-FROM PLACENTA TO BIRTH
Introduction to the focus on the immune system from placenta to birth
Published online 11 February 2019
Environmental exposures during pregnancy: Mechanistic effects on immunity
Kristal A. Rychlik and Fenna C. M. Sillé
Published online 1 February 2019
An insight into the role of the death receptor CD95 throughout pregnancy: Guardian, facilitator, or foe
Lucas Sagrillo Fagundes, Josianne Bienvenue, Pariseault, Patrick Legembre, and Cathy Vaillancourt
Published online 31 January 2019
A machine learning approach to investigate potential risk factors for gastroschisis in California
Kari A. Weber, Wei Yang, Suzan L. Carmichael, Amy M. Padula, and Gary M. Shaw
Published online 26 December 2018
Limb body wall complex: Its delineation and relationship with amniotic bands using clustering methods
Monica Rittler, Hebe Campaña, Fernando A. Poletta, Maria Rita Santos, Juan A. Gili, Mariela S. Pawluk, Viviana R. Cosentino, Lucas Gimenez, and Jorge S. Lopez-Camelo
Published online 27 December 2018
Comments on "Reproductive toxicology studies supporting the safety of molindone, a dopamine receptor antagonist" (Gopalakrishnan et al., Birth Defects Research. 2018; 110(16):1250–1262)
Published online 6 February 2019
Response to comments on “Reproductive toxicology studies supporting the safety of molindone, a dopamine receptor antagonist”
Gopakumar Gopalakrishnan, Shivaputhrappa Ganiger, Tacey E. K. White, and Chungping Yu
Published online 11 January 201
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