Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology
Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol
Biologists, Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Clinicians, Epidemiologists, Molecular Biologists, Neonatologists, Pathologists, Perinatologists, Physicians, Scientists, Surgeons, Toxicologists
BDR publishes original research and reviews in areas related to the etiology of adverse developmental and reproductive outcome. In particular, devoted to the publication of original scientific research that contributes to the understanding of the biology of embryonic development and the prenatal causative factors and mechanisms leading to adverse pregnancy outcomes, namely structural and functional birth defects, pregnancy loss, postnatal functional defects in the human population, and to the identification of prenatal factors and biological mechanisms that reduce these risks.
Adverse reproductive and developmental outcomes may have genetic, environmental, nutritional or epigenetic causes. Accordingly, BDR takes an integrated, multidisciplinary approach in its organization and publication strategy. BDR contains separate sections for clinical and molecular teratology, developmental and reproductive toxicology, and reviews in developmental biology to acknowledge and accommodate the integrative nature of research in this field. Each section has a dedicated editor who is a leader in his/her field and who has full editorial authority in his/her area.
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