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What your great-grandmother was exposed to during pregnancy, like the pesticide methoxychlor, may promote a dramatic increase in your susceptibility to develop disease, and you will pass this on to your grandchildren in the absence of any continued exposures," says Michael Skinner, WSU professor and founder of its Center for Reproductive Biology.
Michael Skinner, a professor of molecular biosciences and director of the Center for Reproductive Biology at Washington State University, and his team described in the 3 June 2005 issue of Science how they briefly exposed pregnant rats to individual relatively high levels of the insecticide methoxychlor and the fungicide vinclozolin, and documented effects such as decreased sperm production and increased male infertility in the male pups.
Director of the Center for Reproductive Biology at Washington State University and University of Idaho, the program will concentrate on further advancing Atairgin's platform technology to additional therapeutic applications.
The cornerstone of the alliance is the establishment of the MGH Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology.
Tilly, director, Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology at MGH; chief, Research for MGH Vincent Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology; and professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School.
Describing the new website, Patricia Jilbert, embryologist at the Center for Reproductive Biology of Indiana commented, "The lab tour is accurate and provides an in-depth explanation of all aspects of laboratory procedures.
School of Biological Sciences Center for Reproductive Biology, Washington State University (Pullman, WA), use a range of fish model systems in their work, including cavefish, zebrafish, sticklebacks, cichlids, and trout.