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Fetal dexamethasone exposure sensitizes neonatal rat brain to hypoxia: Effects on protein and DNA synthesis
Developmental Brain Research. 1991;64(1-2):161-166.Abstract
Fetal exposure to glucocorticoids is known to produce long-term alterations in cell development within the central nervous system. The current study examines whether some of the adverse effects of prenatal dexamethasone treatment on brain development represent sensitization to hypoxia-induced damage. Pregnant rats were given 0.2 or 0.8 mg/kg of dexamethasone on gestational days 17, 18 and 19 and their offspring were challenged by exposure to 7% O
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