Male-Mediated Developmental Toxicity by Andrew F. Olshan

Male-Mediated Developmental Toxicity

EditorAndrew F. Olshan, Donald R. Mattison

Hardcover | November 30, 1994

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Papers from the September 1992 conference deal with the effects of exposures, and other factors relating to the male parent, that result in toxicity to the conceptus and abnormal development. They covers concepts and mechanisms, laboratory evidence, epidemiological findings, and risk assessment and policy issues. Topics include paternal occupati and birth defects, reproductive outcomes in men treated for cancer, and male-mediated developmental and reproductive toxicity of symm- triazine pesticides. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Title:Male-Mediated Developmental ToxicityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:418 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:November 30, 1994Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306448157

ISBN - 13:9780306448157

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Introduction; A.F. Olshan, D.R.Mattison. Concepts and Mechanisms: Methods and Concepts in Detecting Abnormal Reproductive Outcomes of Paternal Origin; A.J. Wyrobek. Laboratory Evidence: Specificlocus Mutation Tests in Germ Cells of the Mouse: An Assessment of the Screening Procedures and the Mutational Events Detected; J. Favor. Laboratory Evidence for Congenital Anomalies, Cancer and Neurobehavioral Outcomes: The Malemediated Developmental Toxicity of Cyclophosphamide; B.F. Hales, B. Robaire. Epidemiological Findings: Paternal Occupation and Birth Defects; A.F. Olshan, P.G. Schnitzer. Paternal Exposures and Pregnancy Outcome: Miscarriage, Stillbirth, Low Birth Weight, Preterm Delivery; D.A. Savitz. Risk Assessment and Policy Issues: Characteristics of Malemediated Teratogenesis; T. Nagao. Abstracts: Occupations of Fathers before Conception and the Risk of Testicular Cancer in Their Sons; J.A. Knight, et al. Breakout Groups: Laboratory Research Methods in Malemediated Toxicity; M.D. Shelby. 33 additional articles. Index.