Combined maternal exposure to cypermethrin and stress affect embryonic brain and placental outcomes in mice

Combined maternal exposure to cypermethrin and stress affect embryonic brain and placental outcomes in mice

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Combined maternal exposure to cypermethrin and stress affect embryonic brain and placental outcomes in mice

Benjamin A. Elser, Khaled Kayali, Ram Dhakal, Bailey O’Hare, Kai Wang, Hans Joachim Lehmler, and Hanna E. Stevens

Toxicological Sciences
19 March 2020

“Prenatal exposure to cypermethrin is a risk factor for adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes in children. In addition, maternal psychological stress during pregnancy has significant effects on fetal neurodevelopment and may influence end-stage toxicity to offspring by altering maternal xenobiotic metabolism…untreated mouse plasma (Innovative Research, Novi, MI, USA)…”;

 

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