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- Adgate, John L., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Environment international 2019 v.131 pp. 104983
- adiposity; blood serum; body mass index; childhood; cohort studies; detection limit; females; infancy; infant growth; infants; males; maternal exposure; models; odds ratio; perfluorohexane sulfonic acid; perfluorooctane sulfonic acid; perfluorooctanoic acid; pregnancy; progeny; regression analysis; sulfonates
- ... Prenatal exposures to certain per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been linked to lower weight and adiposity at birth but greater weight and adiposity in childhood. We hypothesized that faster growth in early infancy may be associated with maternal PFAS concentrations.Among 415 mother-infant pairs in a longitudinal cohort study, we estimated associations between maternal pregnancy serum ...