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- Ravichandran, Guna; Lakshmanan, Dinesh Kumar; Raju, Karthik; Elangovan, Abbirami; Nambirajan, Gayathri; Devanesan, Arul Ananth; Thilagar, Sivasudha
- Environment international 2019 v.123 pp. 486-500
- endocrine system, etc ; advanced glycation end products; diabetes; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; glycation; growth and development; hormones; humans; manufacturing; metabolism; neoplasms; oxidative stress; processed foods; society; taste; temperature; tissues; wildlife; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Mankind exposure to chemicals in the past century has increased dramatically throughout environment. There is no question that chemicals interfere with the physiology of biological system. Abundance of chemicals is documented to be detrimental to human and wildlife. The mammalian endocrine system is comprised of many interacting tissues mediate themselves through hormones that are essential for me ...
- Mousavi, Sayed Esmaeil; Amini, Heresh; Heydarpour, Pouria; Amini Chermahini, Fatemeh; Godderis, Lode
- Environment international 2019 v.122 pp. 67-90
- endocrine system, etc ; World Health Organization; adverse effects; air pollution; biochemical pathways; blood serum; calcitriol; calcium; cholecalciferol; cytochrome P-450; databases; diet; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; environmental exposure; enzymes; gene expression regulation; genes; guidelines; heavy metals; homeostasis; human health; industry; intestines; metabolism; metabolites; parathyroid hormone; particulates; photons; thyroid hormones; tissues; ultraviolet radiation; vitamin D deficiency; weight gain; Show all 33 Subjects
- ... Beyond vitamin D (VD) effect on bone homeostasis, numerous physiological functions in human health have been described for this versatile prohormone. In 2016, 95% of the world's population lived in areas where annual mean ambient particulate matter (<2.5 μm) levels exceeded the World Health Organization guideline value (Shaddick et al., 2018). On the other hand, industries disperse thousands of ch ...