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- Gibson, Elizabeth A.; Stapleton, Heather M.; Calero, Lehyla; Holmes, Darrell; Burke, Kimberly; Martinez, Rodney; Cortes, Boris; Nematollahi, Amy; Evans, David; Anderson, Kim A.; Herbstman, Julie B.
- Chemosphere 2019 v.219 pp. 567-573
- absorbed dose; child development; childhood; children; direct contact; dust; esters; flame retardants; humans; metabolites; mothers; organophosphorus compounds; phosphates; products and commodities; risk; silicone; urine
- ... Humans are ubiquitously exposed to flame retardants, including organophosphate esters (OPEs), through direct contact with consumer products or exposure through household dust. Children are at increased risk because of their proximity to dust, hand-to-mouth activity, and the importance of childhood as a critical period in neurodevelopment.To quantify differences in exposure levels between mothers a ...
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