teratogenicity


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ter·a·to·gen·ic

 (tĕr′ə-tə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or causing malformations of an embryo or fetus.

ter′a·to·ge·nic′i·ty (-jə-nĭs′ĭ-tē) n.
ter′a·to·gen′e·sis (-ĭ-sĭs) n.
Translations

teratogenicity

n teratogenicidad f
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At the time of a drug's debut, there are relatively small numbers of exposures in pregnancy, and it's difficult to decipher teratogenicity.
Conclusion: The study shows that sodium phenytoin exerts an inhibitory effect on the apical ectodermal ridges of developing limbs evident by the decreased number of mitoses in the AER of wing buds of experimental chick embryos making it a potential target site for limb teratogenicity associated with its maternal intake during pregnancy.
ABSTRACT: This study was conducted to evaluate the anti-angiogenic potential and teratogenic effect of the ethanolic extract from Hyptis suaveolens leaves, through chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) vascularity and teratogenicity assays in mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) embryos.
Muotri and other groups of investigators, but it is also already a Food and Drug Administration-approved antiviral agent with a relatively reassuring Category B rating for use in pregnancy, meaning no evidence of teratogenicity in animal studies.
Albendazole is a benzimidazole anthelmintic used to destroy parasitic worms in ruminants but residues must not occur above maximum limits in food owing to reported human teratogenicity.
Shepard's criteria were used to prove teratogenicity, and the Bradford Hill criteria were used to show evidence of causation.
Zebrafish (Daniorerio) embryos have been used as a vertebrate model to study the developmental toxicity and teratogenicity of certain of chemical compounds.
2,3 Animal studies along with recent epidemiological reports on human teratogenicity raise concerns about the potential for induction of defects in offspring of women of child-bearing age.
Teratogenicity test of dimethoate containing insecticide formulation and Cd-sulphate in chicken embryos after administration as a single compound or in combination.
The teratogenicity of phenobarbitone, when taken in first trimester is of concern.
From the results of this test, it may be possible to use Spotted salamander embryos as model organisms for assessing toxicity and teratogenicity of surrounding environmental contaminants such as hexavalent chromium.
For each drug, information is provided on placental transfer, teratogenicity, and the extent to which each drug appears in human milk, along with info on neonatal half-life, main uses and dosing for term and pre-term babies, practical advice on measuring and administering infusions, and adverse effects.