Subject Areas on Research
- A mechanism-based complementary screening approach for the amelioration and reversal of neurobehavioral teratogenicity.
- Cholinergic synaptic signaling mechanisms underlying behavioral teratogenicity: effects of nicotine, chlorpyrifos, and heroin converge on protein kinase C translocation in the intermedial part of the hyperstriatum ventrale and on imprinting behavior in an avian model.
- Convergent effects on cell signaling mechanisms mediate the actions of different neurobehavioral teratogens: alterations in cholinergic regulation of protein kinase C in chick and avian models.
- Metabolic imprinting of choline by its availability during gestation: implications for memory and attentional processing across the lifespan.
- Neurobehavioral teratogenicity of perfluorinated alkyls in an avian model.
- Neurobehavioral teratogenicity of sarin in an avian model.
- The role of humans in the cognitive development of apes revisited.