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Fetal neuropathology induced by acute prenatal alcohol exposure : characteristics and potential mechanisms
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Principal supervisorPrincipal supervisor
Year of Award2006
Department, School or CentreBiomedical Sciences (Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute)
Additional Institution or OrganisationPhysiology
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
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Alcoholism in pregnancyAlcohol Physiological effectNervous system DiseasesFetal brain PathophysiologyBrain PathophysiologyBrain damageOxidative stressEncephalitisEwes Fetuses PhysiologyEwes Fetuses EndocrinologyEwes PregnancySheep Fetuses PhysiologySheep Fetuses EndocrinologyEwes PhysiologyEwes EndocrinologySheep PhysiologySheep EndocrinologyFetal neuropathology.Cerebral inflammation.Fetal brain damageAcute prenatal alcohol exposure.Prenatal alcohol exposure