X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
animals (434) 434
cd-1 mice (410) 410
mice (331) 331
female (267) 267
male (267) 267
toxicology (246) 246
index medicus (205) 205
rats (174) 174
pregnancy (122) 122
humans (120) 120
pharmacology & pharmacy (116) 116
mouse (88) 88
dose-response relationship, drug (81) 81
neurosciences (80) 80
cd-1 mouse (75) 75
toxicity (66) 66
mice, inbred strains (64) 64
cd-1 (54) 54
exposure (54) 54
rat (51) 51
developmental toxicity (50) 50
metabolism (48) 48
mice, inbred c57bl (46) 46
rodents (46) 46
environmental sciences (45) 45
liver - drug effects (44) 44
rats, sprague-dawley (43) 43
behavioral sciences (39) 39
biochemistry & molecular biology (39) 39
research (38) 38
species specificity (38) 38
sprague-dawley rats (38) 38
analysis (37) 37
article (37) 37
oncology (37) 37
time factors (35) 35
expression (34) 34
liver (33) 33
public, environmental & occupational health (33) 33
reproductive biology (33) 33
body weight - drug effects (31) 31
bisphenol-a (30) 30
risk assessment (30) 30
inhalation exposure (29) 29
liver - metabolism (28) 28
organ size - drug effects (28) 28
pathology (28) 28
phenols - toxicity (28) 28
prenatal exposure delayed effects (28) 28
induction (27) 27
teratogens - toxicity (27) 27
bisphenol a (26) 26
cd-1 mouse skin (26) 26
gene-expression (26) 26
cancer (25) 25
diet (25) 25
liver - pathology (25) 25
metabolites (25) 25
activation (24) 24
estrogen (24) 24
immunohistochemistry (24) 24
in-vitro (24) 24
phenols (24) 24
teratogenicity (24) 24
cell biology (23) 23
perinatal exposure (23) 23
physiological aspects (23) 23
administration, oral (22) 22
adult (22) 22
brain (22) 22
disease models, animal (22) 22
gene expression (22) 22
mice, inbred icr (22) 22
body weight (21) 21
oxidative stress (21) 21
behavior (20) 20
cells (20) 20
chronic toxicity/oncogenicity (20) 20
dopamine - metabolism (20) 20
in-vivo (20) 20
reproduction - drug effects (20) 20
animals, newborn (19) 19
developmental biology (19) 19
diethylstilbestrol (19) 19
growth (19) 19
hepatotoxicity (19) 19
sex characteristics (19) 19
apoptosis (18) 18
benzhydryl compounds (18) 18
estradiol (18) 18
glutathione (18) 18
inhalation (18) 18
kidney - drug effects (18) 18
veterinary sciences (18) 18
carcinogenicity (17) 17
ethanol (17) 17
food (17) 17
genetics & heredity (17) 17
maternal-fetal exchange (17) 17
methoxyacetic acid (17) 17
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Reproductive Toxicology, ISSN 0890-6238, 07/2015, Volume 54, pp. 76 - 83
Journal Article
Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP, ISSN 0273-2300, 03/2020, Volume 111, p. 104557
We independently and retrospectively reviewed three studies that evaluated the toxicity of BIA 10-2474... 
Journal Article
Toxicological Sciences, ISSN 1096-6080, 8/2008, Volume 104, Issue 2, pp. 362 - 384
Journal Article
06/2011
Previous studies showed that early exposure to soy isoflavones resulted in improved bone mineral density (BMD) and bone quality that resulted in stronger bones... 
0570 | soy isoflavones, early development, CD-1 mice
Dissertation
Environmental Health Perspectives, ISSN 0091-6765, 08/2018, Volume 126, Issue 8, p. 087003
BACKGROUND: Continued efforts to phase out bisphenol A (BPA) from consumer products have been met with the challenges of finding safer alternatives.... 
UNITED-STATES | ANDROGEN RECEPTOR | NEONATAL EXPOSURE | MOUSE MAMMARY | IN-UTERO EXPOSURE | CD-1 MICE | BREAST-CANCER | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | SPONTANEOUS TUMORS | PERINATAL EXPOSURE | MANUFACTURING PLANT | TOXICOLOGY | Occupational health and safety | Mammary glands | Analysis
Journal Article
European Journal of Neuroscience, ISSN 0953-816X, 04/2004, Volume 19, Issue 7, pp. 1826 - 1836
A major goal of research on addiction is to identify the molecular mechanisms of long‐lasting behavioural alterations induced by drugs of abuse. Cocaine and... 
extended amygdala | D1 receptors | nucleus accumbens | CD−1 mice | drug of abuse | dopamine | Nucleus accumbens | Drug of abuse | Dopamine | CD-1 mice | Extended amygdala | NEUROCHEMICAL SENSITIZATION | CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE | BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION | SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY | NEUROSCIENCES | MICE LACKING | MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTION | PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT | SINGLE EXPOSURE | LONG-TERM POTENTIATION | SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASE | Central Nervous System Stimulants - pharmacology | Analgesics, Non-Narcotic - pharmacology | Analgesics, Opioid - pharmacology | Male | Nicotine - pharmacology | Brain - metabolism | Scopolamine Hydrobromide - pharmacology | Desipramine - pharmacology | Muscarinic Antagonists - pharmacology | Caffeine - pharmacology | Neurons - metabolism | Dronabinol - pharmacology | Neurons - drug effects | Nicotinic Agonists - pharmacology | Fluoxetine - pharmacology | Brain - cytology | Morphine - pharmacology | Benzazepines - pharmacology | Enzyme Activation - drug effects | Brain - drug effects | Immunohistochemistry - methods | Cocaine - pharmacology | Animals | Dopamine Antagonists - pharmacology | Adrenergic Uptake Inhibitors - pharmacology | Mice | Serotonin Uptake Inhibitors - pharmacology | Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases - metabolism | Life Sciences | Cognitive Sciences | Neurons and Cognition
Journal Article
Journal Article
Environmental Health Perspectives, ISSN 0091-6765, 08/2017, Volume 125, Issue 8, p. 087005
BACKGROUND: Exposure to chemicals during critical windows of development may re -program liver for increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).... 
HIGH-FAT DIET | TRANSCRIPTION | CD-1 MICE | ADIPOGENESIS | BODY-WEIGHT | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | BPA | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | STEATOSIS | INSULIN-RESISTANCE | GENE-EXPRESSION | TRIGLYCERIDE ACCUMULATION | TOXICOLOGY | Benzhydryl Compounds - toxicity | Phenols - toxicity | Humans | Male | Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - metabolism | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects - metabolism | Pregnancy | Puberty - drug effects | Animals | Liver - drug effects | Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - chemically induced | Sterol Regulatory Element Binding Protein 1 - genetics | NF-E2-Related Factor 2 - metabolism | Lipid Metabolism - drug effects | Female | NF-E2-Related Factor 2 - genetics | Epigenesis, Genetic - drug effects | Mice | Environmental Pollutants - toxicity | DNA Methylation - drug effects | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects - chemically induced | Sterol Regulatory Element Binding Protein 1 - metabolism | Disease Models, Animal | Epigenetic inheritance | Medical research | Fatty liver | Bisphenol-A | Medicine, Experimental | Development and progression | Genetic aspects | Research | Lipid metabolism disorders | Xenobiotics | Health aspects | Risk factors | Drinking water | Animal models | Immunoprecipitation | Perinatal exposure | Laboratories | Weaning | Liver | Lipids | Males | Windows (computer programs) | Accumulation | Proteins | Antioxidants | Conserved sequence | Rodents | Sterol regulatory element-binding protein | DNA methylation | Polymers | NRF2 protein | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Liver diseases | Health risks | Exposure | Metabolism | Gene expression | Steatosis | Studies | Nutrition research | Bisphenol A | Progeny | Offspring | Diet | Epigenetics | Phenols | Polychlorinated biphenyls--PCB | Insulin resistance | Females
Journal Article
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, ISSN 0944-1344, 06/2019, Volume 26, Issue 18, pp. 18866 - 18875
The study was conducted to investigate the liver toxicity in female offspring mice induced by maternal exposure to perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). Fifty... 
Oxidative stress | APOPTOSIS | PERFLUOROALKYL ACIDS | CD-1 MOUSE | CANCER | Liver injury | BETA | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | Perfluorooctanoic acid | Female offspring mice | PPAR | METABOLISM | DEACETYLASE INHIBITORS | GENES | MOLECULAR-MECHANISMS | Enzymes | Liver diseases | Pregnant women | Liver | Physiological aspects | Ammonium perfluorooctanoate | Fatty acids
Journal Article
Grass and Forage Science, ISSN 0142-5242, 12/2016, Volume 71, Issue 4, pp. 659 - 666
Journal Article