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Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology


Title Abbreviation
Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol
ISSN
1542-9733
Electronic ISSN
1542-9741
Readership
Biologists, Oncologists, Perinatologists, Toxicologists
Scope
The purpose of this journal is to publish original contributions describing the toxicity of chemicals to developing organisms and the process of reproduction. The scope of the journal will inlcude: • toxicity of new chemical entities and biotechnology derived products to developing organismal systems; • toxicity of these and other xenobiotic agents to reproductive function; • multi-generation studies; • endocrine-mediated toxicity, particularly for endpoints that are relevant to development and reproduction; • novel protocols for evaluating developmental and reproductive toxicity; • approaches to the application of risk assessment for developmental and reproductive toxicants; • toxicity related to direct exposure in juvenile animals.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Society for Birth Defects Research and Prevention (BDRP)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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