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by Kenneth S . Korach
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Kenneth S . Korach
  • ISBN:
    0824798570
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    978-0824798574
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (March 27, 1998)
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    740 pages
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Malformations in Pregastrulation Developmental Toxicology Joe C Rutledge Walderico M Generoso. Developmental Male Reproductive Toxicology of zopdioxin TCDD and PCBs Beth L Roman and Richard E Peterson.

Malformations in Pregastrulation Developmental Toxicology Joe C Rutledge Walderico M Generoso. 73. Developmental Effects of Dioxins Linda S Birnbaum. 87. Transgenic and Knockout Mice Genetic Models for Environmental Stress Robert S Tebbs and Roger A Pedersen Jack B Bishop. 113. Genes and Reproductive Behavior Resulting from Normal or Abnormal Development Sonoko Ogawa and Donald W Pfaff. 593. Toxicity of Spermatogenesis and Its Detection Richard M Sharpe.

Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology book.

Estrogen receptor alpha (ERα) is a critical player in development and function of the female reproductive system. Perturbations in ERα response can affect wide-ranging aspects of health in humans as well as in livestock and wildlife

Estrogen receptor alpha (ERα) is a critical player in development and function of the female reproductive system. Perturbations in ERα response can affect wide-ranging aspects of health in humans as well as in livestock and wildlife.

Kenneth S. Korach is a Senior Principal Investigator. Kenneth S. in Endocrinology from the Medical College of Georgia where he characterized biochemical properties of estrogen receptors in the pituitary and hypothalamus

Kenneth S. in Endocrinology from the Medical College of Georgia where he characterized biochemical properties of estrogen receptors in the pituitary and hypothalamus. He did post doctorial training at Harvard Medical School with Prof. Lewis Engel on a Ford Fellowship.

Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology. -Indian Journal of Toxicology.

Kenneth Korac. eserves to be complemented for publishing an exhaustive and excellent volume. Genes and Reproductive Behavior Resulting from Normal or Abnormal Development, Sonoko Ogawa and Donald W. Pfaff. Development and Neurotoxicity. Reproductive Neuroendocrine Regulation in the Female: Toward a Neurochemical Mechanism for the Preovulatory Luteinizing Hormone Surge, William R. Crowley.

About publications (100) network. Laboratory of Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology (. and Molecular Genomics Core Facility (. Publications 100. Publications by authors named "Kenneth Korach". Are you Kenneth Korach? Register this Author. Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506; Center for Cancer.

This timely resource offers extensive discussions on the pharmacological, environmental,endocrinological, and natural factors that alter reproductive or developmental processes-elucidating the effects of toxicants on mechanisms of reproduction. Describing biological actions common to both genders as well as gender-specific processes, Reproductive and Developmental Toxicologyprovides an overview of the basic biology and physiology of organ systems affected by toxicants furnishes detailed examples of developmental toxicology analyzes germ cell toxicity and infertility covers the developmental effects of neurotoxicity considers periods of exposure and long-term toxicological consequences explains how gonadal processes may be susceptible to toxicants in other reproductive organ systems and more!With over 3700 bibliographic citations and more than 100 photographs, drawings, and tables, Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology is a useful reference for toxicologists; reproductive, developmental, cell, and molecular biologists; endocrinologists; biochemists; obstetricians/gynecologists; pediatricians; pharmacists and pharmacologists; physiologists; geneticists; poison control specialists; and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students in these disciplines.