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- Liu, Luming, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Chemosphere 2019 v.233 pp. 174-182
- adiposity; adulthood; adults; amino acids; biochemical pathways; blood serum; carbohydrates; children; conception; females; gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; lipids; males; malnutrition; metabolites; metabolome; metabolomics; obesity; polybrominated diphenyl ethers; pups; rats
- ... Emerging evidence suggests environmental contaminant exposures during critical windows of development may contribute to the increasing prevalence of obesity. It has been shown that early life polybrominated diphenyl ethers exposures have critical impacts on child weight trajectories, however, little is known about their maternal mechanisms responsible for offspring obesity development. In this stu ...