The Table of Contents for Volume 111, Issue 5 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available.
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Understanding chondrodysplasia (cho): A comprehensive review of cho as an animal model of birth defects, disorders, and molecular mechanisms
Robert E. Seegmiller, Cameron Foster, and Jared L. Burnham
Published online 4 February 2019
Women's periconceptional lowered carbohydrate intake and NTD‐affected pregnancy risk in the era of prefortification with folic acid
Gary M. Shaw and Wei Yang
Published online 25 January 2019
Prepregnancy asthma and the subsequent risk of central nervous system defects in offspring
Nathalie Auger, Laura Arbour, Adeline Kabageni, Jessica Healy‐Profitós, Aimina Ayoub, and William D. Fraser
Published online 8 January 2019
Short‐term results of patients with neural tube defects followed‐up in the Konya region, Turkey
Alaaddin Yorulmaz and Murat Konak
Published online 1 February 2019
Testicular function in cultured postnatal mouse testis fragments is similar to that of animals during the first wave of spermatogenesis
Lisa M. Pence, Thomas C. Schmitt, Richard D. Beger, Pedro L. Del Valle, and Noriko Nakamura
Published online 31 January 2019
The effects of nifedipine and ivabradine on the functionality of the early rat embryonic heart. Are these drugs a risk in early human pregnancy?
Helen E. Ritchie, Carolina Telenius, Elin Gustaffson, and William S. Webster
Published online 17 January 2019
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