prepubertal

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Synonyms for prepubertal

(especially of human beings) at the age immediately before puberty

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This study differed from ours in that PBDEs were not measured prepubertally and concentrations were 40-50% lower, as well as examining a later stage of puberty, retrospectively reported among adolescents 12-19 years of age.
First, and most importantly, the measures of conflict and adolescent perception of conflict employed in the analyses were not always reported prepubertally.
Survival curves depicting the percent of tumor-free mice with age verify that prepubertally initiated p,p'-DDE treatment consistently resulted in accelerated mammary tumor formation (Figure IC).
Time-integrated multiple childhood exposure measures prenatally and prepubertally may be possible in alternate study designs.
To determine effects on ovarian development, ovaries were collected prepubertally, after secondary follicle formation but before corpora lutea formation, as previously reported (Jefferson et al.