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Birth Defects Research Journal

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Birth Defects Research is published in three Parts. Collectively the Journals are a comprehensive resource of original research and reviews in fields related to embryo-fetal development and reproduction.

Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Michel Vekemans

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Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. George Daston

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Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today: Reviews
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Rocky Tuan

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View the Aims and Scope of the different subtitles of Birth Defects Research.

 

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Instructions for Authors - Part APart BPart C

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Reviewer Information Form

 

Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Michel Vekemans

BDR A publishes original research and reviews in areas related to the causes of
congenital malformation. The Journal publishes work in the following areas:

• Environmental, genetic and epigenetic factors demonstrated by epidemiology
• Developmental and molecular causative mechanisms in animal models
• Novel insights from genomic and proteomic approaches
• Protective factors in populations and their mechanisms in animal models
• Interaction between genes and environment that affect morphogenesis

For more information visit the Journal homepage: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1542-0760

Submit your research: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/bdra-wiley

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Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. George Daston

BDR B serves as a forum for original scientific articles and commentary on the
causes and mechanisms of reproductive and developmental toxicity.
The Journal publishes work in the following areas:
• toxicity of new chemical entities and biotechnology derived products to developing organismal systems
• toxicity of these and other xenobiotic agents to reproductive function
• multi-generation studies
• endocrine-mediated toxicity, particularly for endpoints that are relevant to development and reproduction
• novel protocols for evaluating developmental and reproductive toxicity
• delivery of agents to the developing organism (toxicokinetic and PBPK modeling)
• approaches to the application of risk assessment for developmental and reproductive toxicants
• toxicity related to direct exposure in juvenile animals

Studies with in vivo and in vitro model systems are the primary focus of the journal. Studies conducted to comply with regulations for the registration of pharmaceuticals, agro chemicals, chemicals or biotechnology derived products and provide data for safety/risk assessments are welcome, including testing to fulfill requirements for high-production volume, assessment of children’s health, endocrine disruptor screening and testing, and other governmentally mandated programs. Inclusion of comprehensive data that are necessary for complete interpretation of study results is encouraged, and tables and figures that are too extensive to publish in hard copy may be made available through supplemental material on the Journal website.

For more information visit the Journal homepage: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1542-9741

Submit your research: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/bdrb-wiley

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Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today: Reviews
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Rocky Tuan

BDR C is a forum for scientists, clinicians, educators, and students in the biomedical sciences for state-of-the-art review articles that capture exciting advances and growth in the field of developmental biology. The unifying theme is the “embryo” as an integrative system for scientific investigation. Embryo Today focuses on reviews that critically evaluate knowledge in embryology and developmental biology in a multidisciplinary manner, as well as technical advances that have a significant impact on the study of embryology and development. The goal of the journal is to present a coherent synthesis of basic principles and concepts and the practice of embryology, targeted for a broad audience consisting of developmental biologists, biomedical scientists, and clinicians. The special emphasis will be on topics that cover embryology, abnormal development, and embryology and development as it relates to clinical medicine.

For more information visit the Journal homepage: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1542-9768

If you have a topic of interest or wish to submit a paper, please contact Rocky Tuan: EmbryoToday@usa.com

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Rev. Thursday, February 7, 2013; at 9:39:05 PM EDT
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