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  • adv. In a perinatal manner


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  • If appropriate precautions are taken it is likely that your newborn will not contract the infection perinatally (after birth).

    Hepatitis B

  • "Changes in central dopaminergic systems with the expression of Shh or GDNF in mice perinatally exposed to bisphenol-A."

    Sarah Janssen: BPA Ban in California Passes, Despite Industry Spin

  • Both her parents died — she doesn't know how — but she and her older sister were both probably infected perinatally by their mother when she was carrying them.

    The Lazarus Effect

  • Pediatric AIDS represents 2.6 percent of the cumulative number of cases in Mexico; of these 50 percent were infected perinatally.

    Miscellaneous Medical Matters in Mexico

  • Prevention of HIV transmission -- perinatally, through blood transfusions, injection drug use, and sexual transmission.

    Miscellaneous Medical Matters in Mexico

  • After a few moments the tape cut to two males, one perinatally castrated and injected with estrogen, one unaltered.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • As tolerated, trusting lunestas may assemble grounded to does bc bs approve of aciphex or decreased to 25 cluck perinatally a day.


  • Kong X, West JT, Zhang H, Shea DM, M'Soka T J, et al. (2008) The human immunodeficiency virus type 1 envelope confers higher rates of replicative fitness to perinatally transmitted viruses than to nontransmitted viruses.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • Hoffmann F, He J, He X, Kankasa C, et al. (2006) Characterization of HIV-1 subtype C envelope glycoproteins from perinatally infected children with different courses of disease.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • In addition, the bottleneck transmission may associate with the enhanced replicative fitness of the perinatally transmitted viruses.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles


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