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V.  References:

Beckman DA and Brent R.L. 1999. Basic principles of teratology.  In Reece, E.A. and Hobbins, J.C. (Eds.), Medicine of the Fetus and Mother. 2nd Edition, Lippincott-Raven Publishers, Philadelphia, PA, Chapter 18, pp. 281-288.

Brent RL and Beckman DA. 1999. Prescribed drugs, therapeutic agents, and fetal teratogenesis.  In Reece, E.A. and Hobbins, J.C. (Eds.), Medicine of the Fetus and Mother. 2nd Edition, Lippincott-Raven Publishers, Philadelphia, PA, Chapter 19, pp. 289-313.

Brent RL. 1987. The application of basic developmental biology data to clinical teratological problems.  In Welsh, W. (Ed.), Approaches to elucidate Mechanisms in Teratogenesis. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa., pp. 255-267.

Brent RL, Beckman DA and Jensh RP. 1986. The relationship of animal experiments in predicting the effects of intrauterine effects in the human.  In Kriegel, H., Schmahl, W., Gerber, G.B. and Stieve, F.E. (Eds), Radiation Risks to the Developing Nervous System.  Gustav Fisher, New York, pp. 367-397.

Brent RL. 1994. Biological factors related to male mediated reproductive and developmental toxicity.  In:  Olshan, A.F. and Mattison, D.R. (Eds).  Male-Mediated Developmental Toxicity.  Plenum Press, New York, pp. 209-242.

Brent RL. 1986. Methods of evaluating the alleged teratogenicity of environmental agents.  In Sever, J.L. and Brent, R.L. (Eds.), Teratogen Update: Environmentally Induced Birth Defect Risks.  Alan R. Liss, New York, pp. 199-201.

Brent RL. 1999. Utilization of developmental basic science principles in the evaluation of reproductive risks from pre- and postconception environmental radiation exposures. Paper presented at the Thirty-Third Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation

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