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- Soheila Rahmani; Nazila Pour Khalili; Fazlullah Khan; Shokoufeh Hassani; Elmira Ghafour-Boroujerdi; Mohammad Abdollahi
- Life sciences 2018 v.214 pp. 136-144
- DNA methylation; adipocytes; animals; bisphenol A; demethylation; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; epigenetics; estrogenic properties; fatty liver; genes; glucose; histones; homeostasis; insulin; islets of Langerhans; lipids; liver; microRNA; noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus; obesity; pollution; skeletal muscle; toxicity
- ... Nowadays, endocrine disrupting chemical pollution has become one of the major concerns due to the potential role of these chemicals in provoking endocrine disorders especially type 2 diabetes. As a widespread endocrine disrupting chemical, Bisphenol A, with modest estrogenic activity can exert its detrimental effects in the different organs involved in type 2 diabetes such as pancreas, liver, adip ...