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- Rode, Kristina, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 2016 v.430 pp. 125-137
- DNA methylation; adults; adverse effects; boars; body weight; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; epigenetics; gene expression; genes; gilts; models; neoplasms; phenotype; piglets; pregnancy; progeny; risk; rodents; sequence analysis; spermatozoa; testes; transcription (genetics)
- ... There is growing evidence that early life exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals might increase the risk for certain adult onset diseases, in particular reproductive health problems and hormone dependent cancers. Studies in rodents suggest that perinatal exposure to even low doses of estrogenic substances can cause adverse effects, including epigenetic reprogramming of the prostate and increas ...