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Project Title: RETINOIC ACID SIGNALING DISRUPTION BY PHTHALATES IN HUMAN AND RODENT FETAL TESTIS
PI: Spade, Daniel James
Institution: Brown University
Grant Number: R00ES025231

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Publication Title Authors Grant Number(s) Journal (Pub date) PubMed Link Pub Year
All-Trans Retinoic Acid Disrupts Development in Ex Vivo Cultured Fetal Rat Testes. I: Altered Semini ...   Spade, Daniel J; Dere, Edward; Hall, Susan J; Schorl, Christoph; Freiman, Richard N; Boekelheid ... P42ES013660, R00ES025231, R00ES025231, T32ES007272 Toxicol Sci (2019 02 01) 30329139 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
All-trans Retinoic Acid Disrupts Development in Ex Vivo Cultured Fetal Rat Testes. II: Modulation of ...   Spade, Daniel J; Hall, Susan J; Wortzel, Jeremy D; Reyes, Gerardo; Boekelheide, Kim R00ES025231, R00ES025231, T32ES007272 Toxicol Sci (2019 03 01) 30476341 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
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