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TERATOGENICIDADE [1 record]

Record 1 2013-08-19

English

Subject field(s)
  • Embryology
  • Toxicology
  • Human Diseases - Various
  • Pregnancy
DEF

... the ability of a chemical to cause birth defects.

CONT

The increased incidence of malformations in the offspring of food-restricted rats given aspirin could also be due to any of several possibilities. For example, food restriction probably caused stress that may have potentiated the aspirin-induced teratogenicity.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Embryologie
  • Toxicologie
  • Maladies humaines diverses
  • Grossesse
DEF

Aptitude à engendrer des monstres.

CONT

D'autres spécialistes sont cependant plus sceptiques, affirmant qu'il n'y a pas de preuve scientifique de la tératogénicité de la dioxine chez l'homme.

CONT

Divers polluants, dont des pesticides, présentent un fort pouvoir tératogène. [...] Des études ont montré que la majeure partie [...] des effets tératogènes observés étaient dus à une impureté, la dioxine [...]

Spanish

Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Embriología
  • Toxicología
  • Enfermedades humanas varias
  • Embarazo
DEF

Propiedad de un agente para causar malformaciones en un feto en desarrollo.

CONT

[La teratogenicidad] es un efecto colateral de ciertos fármacos como la talidomida.

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