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Developmental Biology, Genetics, and Teratology (DBGT) Branch, NICHD: Report to the NACHHD Council, 2002



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This 50-page scientific report describes the research and research training, as of 2000, supported by the NICHD Developmental Biology, Genetics, and Teratology Branch related to genetic studies of birth defects, basic mechanisms of normal and abnormal development, and the development of model systems for research, as well as training and education issues associated with increasing the research workforce in these areas and the diversity of its expertise. Please note that the information is no longer current and is for reference only. For this reason, this publication is available online only. Please note: As the result of a reorganization in 2012, the current name of this organizational unit is the Developmental Biology and Structural Variation Branch.

Publish Date: 2002
Pages:50

Preferred Citation:
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH, DHHS. (2002).
Developmental Biology, Genetics, and Teratology (DBGT) Branch, NICHD: Report to the NACHHD Council, 2002 (N/A).
Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
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