Identifying chemical categories for testing in in vivo / in vitro systems for reproductive and developmental effects

Dimitri Abrahamsson, Joshua F. Robinson, Juleen Lam, Julia Varshavsky, Jennifer C. Fung, Patrick Allard & Tracey J. Woodruff
With an ever-increasing production rate of industrial chemicals, the human population is exposed to multiple and varied environmental contaminants, the majority of which have no available data on toxicity. Of particular concern are exposures taking place during critical windows of development, such as in utero and early childhood, due to their unique vulnerability to environmental perturbations. In vitro approaches have advanced for screening environmental contaminants, but approaches are also needed to identify how to prioritize...
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