The Table of Contents for Volume 111, Issue 6 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available.
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(Note: This issue of BDR includes the obituary of Dr. Harold Kalter, a Teratology Society member since 1960 and first editor of the journal Teratology, which later was renamed Birth Defects Research.)
An evolutionary and developmental biology approach to gastroschisis
John M. Opitz, Marcia L. Feldkamp, and Lorenzo D. Botto
Published online 28 February 2019
Maternal residential exposure to specific agricultural pesticide active ingredients and birth defects in a 2003–2005 North Carolina birth cohort
Kristen M. Rappazzo, Joshua L. Warren, Angel D. Davalos, Robert E. Meyer, Alison P. Sanders, Naomi C. Brownstein, and Thomas J. Luben
Published online 28 December 2018
A proposal for the systematic assessment of data quality indicators in birth defects surveillance
Boris Groisman, Pierpaolo Mastroiacovo, Pablo Barbero, María Paz Bidondo, Rosa Liascovich, and Lorenzo D. Botto
Published online 11 February 2019
Application of quality indicators to data from the National Network of Congenital Anomalies of Argentina
Boris Groisman, Pablo Barbero, Pierpaolo Mastroiacovo, Lorenzo D. Botto, María Paz Bidondo, and Rosa Liascovich
Published online 13 February 2019
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