Prenatal solvent exposure association with motor inhibition functional MRI at the age of 10-12 in the PELAGIE mother-child cohort

Abstract : Background/Aim Epidemiological studies reported that prenatal solvent exposure was associated with adverse neurobehavioral outcomes that suggest impaired motor inhibition function. Using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) among children aged 10-12 years old, we aimed at investigating the effect of prenatal exposure to solvents on the activation of cerebral regions involved in the motor inhibition function.
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Anne-Claire Binter, Elise Bannier, Dave Saint-Amour, Grégory Simon, Jean-Christophe Ferré, et al.. Prenatal solvent exposure association with motor inhibition functional MRI at the age of 10-12 in the PELAGIE mother-child cohort. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Sep 2017, Sydney, Australia. ⟨inserm-01578506⟩

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