Dr. James G. Wilson was a close collaborator of Dr. J. Warkany who were dedicated to the development of Clinical Teratology. In 1959, Wilson proposed six principles that he elaborated upon in later publications, in particular in a 1977 Handbook of Teratology, by J. Warkany, J.G. Wilson and F.C. Fraser. The authors were among the founders of the Teratology Society later cloned in Europe, Japan and Australia. The Wilson’s six principles are an extension and tribute to prior extensive experimental teratology by Gabriel M Camille Dareste that led to the formulation of five principles expanded by Wilson.
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