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Chiral xenobiotics bioaccumulations and environmental health prospectives

Author:
Hussain, Iqbal, ALOthman, Zeid A., Alwarthan, Abdulrahman A., Sanagi, Mohd Marsin, Ali, Imran
Source:
Environmental monitoring and assessment 2015 v.187 no.8 pp. 490
ISSN:
0167-6369
Subject:
bioaccumulation, enantiomers, environmental health, health hazards, organisms, xenobiotics
Abstract:
The chiral xenobiotics are very dangerous for all of us due to the different enantioselective toxicities of the enantiomers. Besides, these have different enantioselective bioaccumulations and behaviors in our body and other organisms. It is of urgent need to understand the enantioselective bioaccumulations, toxicities, and the health hazards of the chiral xenobiotics. The present article describes the classification, sources of contamination, distribution, enantioselective bioaccumulation, and the toxicities of the chiral xenobiotics. Besides, the efforts are also made to discuss the prevention and remedial measures of the havoc of the chiral xenobiotics. The challenges of the chiral xenobiotics have also been highlighted. Finally, future prospectives are also discussed.
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4395291