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Supported by grant numbers F32-ES023435 (P.A.S.), R01-ES015022 (T.R.N.), and RC1-ES018274 (T.R.N.) from the National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation grant number 1003907 (T.R.N. and V.C.M.), and National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement number EPS-1003907.
The authors report no conflict of interest.
Cite this article as: Stapleton PA, Minarchick VC, Yi J, et al. Maternal engineered nanomaterial exposure and fetal microvascular function: does the Barker hypothesis apply? Am J Obstet Gynecol 2013;209:227.e1-11.