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  • n. The capability to cause malformations or defects to an embryo or foetus.


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  • Evaluation of teratogenicity and neurotoxicity after maternal inhalation exposure to methyl chloroform.

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  • Before a phase 1 study is approved, the FDA will review additional animal testing results of the vaccine's expected toxicity and teratogenicity (i.e., its ability to cause malformations in a fetus or embryo), and the detailed plans for the clinical study.

    Dr. Orin Levine: Race for the Cure, and the Vaccine too

  • The reality is, the feds and the wireless industry are up to their proverbial necks in liability if the potent teratogenicity of microwaves becomes widely understood.

    Microwave Technology: An End to the Human Race

  • Endpoints investigated have included subchronic and chronic changes in metabolism, histopathology, and function of most systems; reproductive effects; growth; teratogenicity; and mutagenicity.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • As of December 31, 2010, they had completed their teratogenicity testing, and established quality standards for this drug.

  • The molecular basis for the teratogenicity of thalidomide has finally been isolated to a protein called Cereblon.

    New Media Medicine

  • Paxil was originally owned by a Danish company called Ferrosan, and that company did the preliminary animal studies on rats and rabbits to look at teratogenicity around 1979 and

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  • Yet nine years after he wrote the memo, Baldwin published a 1989 paper on the reproductive toxicology of Paxil in a journal called, "Active Psychiatric Scandinavia," and stated: "There appeared to be no selective effect on the embryo or any signs of teratogenicity."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Topiramate's possible teratogenicity is seen by many as a major reason for Qnexa's rejection.

    Orexigen's Contrave Receives Panel Backing: Great News for Vivus - Seeking Alpha

  • In lipitor take with anti-inflamatory and pup animal crestor studies, offer revealed no ion of teratogenicity.



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  • Zika is still a pandemic in progress, and many important questions about it, such as that of teratogenicity, remain to be answered.
    Zika Virus in the Americas — Yet Another Arbovirus Threat

    Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., and David M. Morens, M.D.

    January 13, 2016DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1600297

    January 14, 2016