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Placental vascular remodeling was suppressed in rats after exposure to the developmental toxicant 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and was significantly correlated with decreased expression of TIE2 mRNA (Ishimura et al.
a) Group/pesticide Type Reference Developmental toxicants Bifenthrin (b) Insecticide U.
We assigned exposure level by census tract of birth residence for 19 chemicals we identified as potential neurotoxicants, developmental toxicants, and/or endocrine disruptors from the 1996 HAPs database.
Atrazine--Another Developmental Toxicant of the Mammary Gland
1) Research has demonstrated that natural gas development results in the emission of pollutants that include suspected developmental toxicants, such as benzene, toluene, and xylenes, (2) although few studies have investigated the public health impact of these emissions.
Ake Bergman, Stockholm University, wrote an editorial for EHP: "Adequate toxicity information is lacking but data indicate that the group contains compounds that are carcinogenic, mutagenic, reproductive and developmental toxicants, neurotoxicants, and endocrine disruptors.
In the 14 years since the second edition, the most changes have occurred in the mechanistic examinations of developmental toxicants, and in risk assessment, so it is those two areas that received the lion's share of attention when producing this edition.
New chapters on dose, with particular emphasis on children and vulnerable subpopulations, reproductive and developmental toxicants and toxicity testing, are included.
While these rates are low compared to many fresh fruits, PAN says that between 25 and 72 percent of the pesticides sprayed on these grains are "bad actor" pesticides, which are acute poisons, neurotoxins, known or probable carcinogens, reproductive or developmental toxicants or groundwater contaminants.

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