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- Shao, Bing, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Food additives & contaminants 2016 v.33 no.7 pp. 1219-1227
- World Health Organization; average daily intake; body weight; breast feeding; breast milk; guidelines; infants; lipids; metabolites; milk; risk; urban areas; xylene; China
- ... The levels of 12 synthetic musks and one musk metabolite in 24 pooled human milk samples were examined in order to assess the health risks of these contaminants to breast-feeding infants of China. The 24 pooled samples comprised of 1237 individual human milk samples collected from 12 provinces of China according to WHO guidelines. Among the 13 target analytes, OTNE ([1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-octahydro-2,3, ...
- Shao, Bing, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Food additives & contaminants 2016 v.33 no.5 pp. 804-816
- 17-hydroxyprogesterone; Holstein; active ingredients; animal-based foods; calving; cortisol; cortisone; dairy cows; endocrine system; estradiol; estriol; estrone; farms; isotope dilution technique; lactation; liquid chromatography; milk; pregnancy; steroid hormones; tandem mass spectrometry; testosterone; Switzerland
- ... Synthetic and natural steroid hormones have attracted some attention in recent years as endocrine active substances (EAS) that interact or interfere with the endocrine system. Endogenous hormones occur naturally in food of animal origin, among which bovine milk represents an important source. This study was conducted to determine the occurrence of steroid hormones (oestrogens, androgens, progestog ...