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Prenatal tobacco exposure: is it a risk factor for early tobacco experimentation? Nicotine Tob Res. Feb;2(1):45-52. Buscar en ... Paternal and maternal smoking habits before conception and during the first trimester: relation to spontaneous abortion. Ann ... Prenatal alcohol exposure and academic achievement at age six: a nonlinear fit. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. Jun;20(4):763-70. Buscar ... Obesity in young men after famine exposure in utero and early infancy. N Engl J Med. Aug 12;295(7):349-53. Buscar en EHD Ref ...
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Paternal nicotine exposure alters hepatic xenobiotic metabolism in offspring | eLifePaternal nicotine exposure alters hepatic xenobiotic metabolism in offspring | eLife

A novel paternal effect based on nicotine exposure reveals that offspring exhibit an adaptive, yet nonspecific, resistance to ... Effects of paternal exposure history on offspring nicotine sensitivity. We established a paternal exposure paradigm in which ... Paternal nicotine exposure induces an exaggerated protective response to xenobiotics.. (A) Paternal nicotine exposure enhances ... Paternal experience affects nicotine toxicity, but not self-administration, in offspring.. (A) Paternal nicotine exposure does ...
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NIOSHTIC-2  Publications Search - 00174878 - Behavioral and neurochemical alterations in the offspring of rats after maternal...NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search - 00174878 - Behavioral and neurochemical alterations in the offspring of rats after maternal...

Studies were made to determine if exposure of male and female Sprague-Dawley-rats to 25 parts per million (ppm) of 2- ... Behavioral and neurochemical alterations in the offspring of rats after maternal or paternal inhalation exposure to the ... Studies were made to determine if exposure of male and female Sprague-Dawley-rats to 25 parts per million (ppm) of 2- ... Occupational exposure; Neurochemical deviation; Behavioral teratology; Methoxyethanol ...
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Paternal Occupational Exposure to Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals as a Risk Factor for Leukaemia in Children: A Case-Control...Paternal Occupational Exposure to Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals as a Risk Factor for Leukaemia in Children: A Case-Control...

Paternal Occupational Exposure to Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals as a Risk Factor for Leukaemia in Children: A Case-Control ... Paternal occupations at birth were classified, using an occupational exposure matrix, as having "very unlikely," "possible," or ... No associations were seen with likely paternal exposure to heavy metals. The associations identified in this study require ... We investigated whether an association exists between paternal occupations at birth involving such exposures and risk of ...
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Frontiers | The Effect of Preconception Paternal Alcohol Exposure on Epigenetic Remodeling of the H19 and Rasgrf1 Imprinting...Frontiers | The Effect of Preconception Paternal Alcohol Exposure on Epigenetic Remodeling of the H19 and Rasgrf1 Imprinting...

This study explored the effect of preconception paternal alcohol exposure on DNA methylation at two paternally methylated ICRs ... This study explored the effect of preconception paternal alcohol exposure on DNA methylation at two paternally methylated ICRs ... Their expression is often regulated by CTCF protein binding at imprinting control regions (ICRs). Parental alcohol exposure has ... Their expression is often regulated by CTCF protein binding at imprinting control regions (ICRs). Parental alcohol exposure has ...
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Preconceptional and prenatal exposure to paternal smoking affects semen quality of adult sonsPreconceptional and prenatal exposure to paternal smoking affects semen quality of adult sons

... by European Society of Human ... Preconceptional and prenatal exposure to paternal smoking affects semen quality of adult sons. ... More information: Abstract O-179, Tuesday 25 June 2019: Prenatal exposure to paternal smoking and semen quality in the adult ... Citation: Preconceptional and prenatal exposure to paternal smoking affects semen quality of adult sons (2019, June 25) ...
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Paternal organic solvent exposure and adverse pregnancy outcomes: A meta-analysis - Logman - 2004 - American Journal of...Paternal organic solvent exposure and adverse pregnancy outcomes: A meta-analysis - Logman - 2004 - American Journal of...

Paternal organic solvent exposure and adverse pregnancy outcomes: A meta-analysis. Authors. *. J. Floris S. Logman Drs.,. * ... Paternal exposure to organic solvents is associated with an increased risk for neural tube defects but not SAs. Am. J. Ind. Med ... Mohamed El-Helaly, Kamal Abdel-Elah, Ayman Haussein, Hend Shalaby, Paternal occupational exposures and the risk of congenital ... Organic solvents are widely used, but conflicting reports exist concerning paternal exposure and adverse pregnancy outcomes. We ...
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Preconception paternal alcohol exposure exerts sex-specific effects on offspring growth and long-term metabolic programming |...Preconception paternal alcohol exposure exerts sex-specific effects on offspring growth and long-term metabolic programming |...

Our studies implicate paternal exposure history as an additional and important modifier of alcohol-induced growth phenotypes ... Preconception paternal alcohol exposure induced a prolonged period of fetal gestation and an increased incidence of ... Using an established mouse model of chronic exposure, previous work by our group has linked preconception paternal alcohol use ... The impact of paternal alcohol use on child development is poorly explored and represents a significant gap in our ...
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Mens Sperms Could Be Damaged By Paternal Exposures. Paternal exposures to drugs, electromagnetic radiations, environmental ...
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Paternal Exposures. Since azoospermia (absence of living spermatoza in the semen) and oligospermia (subnormal concentration of ... Occupational exposures can produce a wide range of adverse effects on reproduction. The effects of parental exposure before ... exposures (9). Extent of potential exposures. Estimates have been made of the number of workers potentially exposed to selected ... exposure to ionizing radiation during the first trimester may result in microcephaly and mental retardation, and exposure ...
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1 result(s) search for keyword(s) Paternal Exposure Add the result to your basket Refine your search Generate the RSS feed of ... Sexuality Paternal Exposure Television - utilization Demography Schools Student South Africa. Abstract: Research in Western ... Sexuality Paternal Exposure Television - utilization Demography Schools Student South Africa. Abstract: Research in Western ... Parental mediation of adolescent media use and demographic factors as predictors of Kenyan high school students exposure to ...
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Research on the Environment and Children's Health: Retinoblastoma - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.govResearch on the Environment and Children's Health: Retinoblastoma - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov

The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of paternal exposures in the etiology of sporadic heritable retinoblastoma ... demographic and exposure information by telephone interview [ Time Frame: 5 years 4 months ]. ... and personal exposures before the index childs conception. Blood samples will be obtained on cases and their parents for DNA ...
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ClinicalTrials.gov: Maternal Exposure (National Institutes of Health) * ClinicalTrials.gov: Paternal Exposure (National ... Pregnancy and Radiation Exposure (Health Physics Society) * Radiation and Pregnancy (March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation) ...
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Cancer in the offspring of radiation workers: a record linkage study | The BMJCancer in the offspring of radiation workers: a record linkage study | The BMJ

Paternal exposure to radiation and offspring cancer in mice: reanalysis and new evidence.J Radiat Res 1991;32(suppl 2): 64-72. ... Paternal radiation exposure and leukaemia in offspring: the Ontario case-control study.BMJ 1993;307: 959-66. (Correspondence: ... Effect of paternal (spermatogonial) X-ray exposure in the mouse: life span, X-ray tolerance, and tumor incidence of the progeny ... exposures); (iii) the three months before conception (fathers exposures); and (iv) the relevant pregnancy (mothers exposures ...
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Paternal exposure not to blame.Nature1994;367:678-80.. OpenUrlCrossRefPubMed ... Can paternal preconceptional radiation account for the increase of leukaemia and non-Hodgkins lymphoma in Seascale?BMJ1993;306 ... Secondly, the extent of "exposure" of its residents to construction workers was probably high. Beyond the stated policy of the ... Incidence of leukaemia after exposure to diagnostic radiation in utero.BMJ1960;ii:1539-45. ...
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Risk of Adverse Pregnancy Outcome After Paternal Exposure to Methotrexate Within 90 Days Before Pregnancy Eck et al ...
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August 2005 - Volume 47 - Issue 8 : Journal of Occupational and Environmental MedicineAugust 2005 - Volume 47 - Issue 8 : Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Association Between Congenital Anomalies and Paternal Exposure to Agricultural Pesticides Depending on Mothers Employment ... Insect Repellents, Phenoxyherbicide Exposure, and Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. McDuffie, Helen H.; Pahwa, Punam; Robson, Diane; More ... Association Between Arsenic Exposure and a Measure of Subclinical Sensory Neuropathy in Bangladesh. Hafeman, Danella M.; Ahsan ...
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... medication or drug exposures, maternal infections and diseases, and environmental and occupational exposures. Paternal smoking ... Relatively few studies have researched the effects of paternal radiation exposure on offspring. Following the Chernobyl ... However, recent animal research has shown a correlation between paternal alcohol exposure and decreased offspring birth weight ... Exposure to carbon monoxide or polluted ozone exposure can also lead to cardiac defects of the ventrical septal, pulmonary ...
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Search of: Pesticides | Recruiting, Not yet recruiting, Available Studies - List Results - ClinicalTrials.govSearch of: 'Pesticides' | Recruiting, Not yet recruiting, Available Studies - List Results - ClinicalTrials.gov

Paternal Exposure to Environmental Chemicals. *Maternal Exposure to Environmental Chemicals. 2401. All. 18 Years to 55 Years ( ... Exposure to persistant organic pesticides. 1000. Male. 18 Years and older (Adult, Senior). NCT03214315. AOCGO13-GF-RESCAP. DC- ... Impact of Antenatal Exposure to Pesticides on Neurophysiological Functions (Sleep, Respiration) of Preterm Neonates. *Premature ... Identification of Occupational Exposures in Acute Hematologic Malignancy. *Non Hodgkin Lymphoma. *Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia ...
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... paternal exposure to metals (primarily lead) appeared to be associated with increased VSD risk in infants. Take-home of ... potential paternal metal exposure was associated with increased VSD risk (adjusted prevalence ratio = 2.70; 95% CI, = 1.09-6.67 ... Prenatal exposure; Author Keywords: chlorinated hydrocarbons; congenital heart defects; lead; metals; occupational exposure; ... occupational exposures, nonoccupational exposures, and chance could not be ruled out as causes. Case numbers for many defects ...
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Paternal occupational exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and birth outcomes of offspring: birth weight, preterm ... An analysis to estimate potential direct exposure of the wives during periods of workers exposure yielded a nonstatistically ... the results indicate that TCDD is unlikely to increase the risk of low birth weight or preterm delivery through a paternal ... The mean referent concentration of 6 pg/g was assigned to pregnancies fathered by workers before exposure. A total of 1,117 ...
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Summary | Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2014 | The National Academies PressSummary | Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2014 | The National Academies Press

As yet, however, it has not been convincingly established that harm to offspring may arise from paternal exposures experienced ... Very careful review of evidence concerning whether paternal exposure to any toxicant has definitively been demonstrated to ... Spontaneous abortion (other than after paternal exposure to TCDD, which appears not to be associated). ... To date, however, epigenetic research has addressed paternal exposure only to a very limited extent and has demonstrated ...
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Prenatal nicotine exposure increases osteoarthritis susceptibility in male elderly offspring rats via low-function programming...Prenatal nicotine exposure increases osteoarthritis susceptibility in male elderly offspring rats via low-function programming...

Paternal Exposure. Exposure of the male parent, human or animal, to potentially harmful chemical, physical, or biological ... For example, perinatal nicotine exposure in mice causes morpholog.... Paternal nicotine exposure in rats produces long-lasting ... Prenatal PCB Exposure. This project is designed to investigate the association between prenatal exposure to environmental ... Studies of intergenerational effects of parental chemical exposure have principally focused on maternal exposure, particularly ...
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Noninherited Risk Factors and Congenital Cardiovascular Defects: Current Knowledge | FROM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS |...Noninherited Risk Factors and Congenital Cardiovascular Defects: Current Knowledge | FROM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS |...

Data about paternal exposures are limited and inconclusive.. Caveats regarding interpretation of possible exposure-outcome ... Maternal environmental exposure to organic solvents may be associated with increased risk for CCVD; data for other ... It is important to note that these recommendations were aimed at minimizing potential prenatal exposure to risk factors for ... Exposures that may cause other types of cardiac injury were not considered. ...
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References | Waste Incineration and Public Health | The National Academies PressReferences | Waste Incineration and Public Health | The National Academies Press

Paternal exposure to mercury and spontaneous abortions . Br. J. Ind. Med. 48(6): 375-381. ... Type II fallacies in the study of childhood exposure to lead at low dose: A critical and quantitative review. In Lead Exposure ... Estimating Exposure to Dioxin-Like Compounds, Vol. 2: Properties, Sources, Occurrence, and Background Exposures. EPA/600/6-88/ ... Permissible Exposure Levels and Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels for Selected Airborne Contaminants. Washington, D.C.: ...
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