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- Lin, Hsing-Chieh; Li, Han-Yun; Wu, Yen-Ting; Tsai, Yu-Lin; Chuang, Cheng-Ying; Lin, Chih-Han; Chen, Wei-Yu
- The Science of the total environment 2020 v.713 pp. 136710
- reproduction, etc ; Bayesian theory; average daily intake; chickens; dietary exposure; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; females; food intake; kidney diseases; males; maternal exposure; neurotoxicity; nonylphenols; preschool children; probabilistic risk assessment; seafoods; women; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Nonylphenols (NPs) are endocrine-disrupting compounds commonly found in the environment and a number of food products. In this study, we constructed a probabilistic risk framework incorporating a Bayesian inference of exposure level in foodstuffs in conjunction with effect analysis of reproduction and renal disease. Our objective was to contrast the risk of dietary exposure to NPs among individual ...
- Dumas, Thibaut; Bonnefille, Bénilde; Gomez, Elena; Boccard, Julien; Castro, Nancy Ariza; Fenet, Hélène; Courant, Frédérique
- The Science of the total environment 2020 v.712 pp. 136551
- reproduction, etc ; DNA; Mytilus galloprovincialis; RNA; adenine; adenosine; aquatic environment; aquatic organisms; bioactive properties; dopamine; effluents; energy metabolism; fumarates; glutathione; guanine; immune system; leucine; malates; males; marine ecosystems; metabolites; metabolomics; mussels; neurohormones; osmoregulation; oxidation; oxidative stress; phenylalanine; proline; serotonin; tricarboxylic acid cycle; tyrosine; uracil; wastewater treatment; Show all 34 Subjects
- ... Conventional wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) discharge a highly diverse range of organic contaminants in aquatic environments, including marine waters. The health of marine ecosystems could be threatened by contaminants release. Environmental metabolomics can be helpful to assess the effects of multi-contamination on marine organisms without any a priori information since it is able to provide ...