Dieldrich S. Bermudez

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There is growing concern of exposure of fish, wildlife and humans to water sources contaminated with oestrogens and the potential impact on reproductive health. Environmental oestrogens can come from(More)
Exposure to xenoestrogens occurs against a backdrop to physiological levels of endogenous estrogens. Endogenous estrogen levels vary from low levels in early childhood to high levels during pregnancy(More)
The expression of estrogen receptors, ESR1 (ERa) and ESR2 (ERb), and androgen receptors (AR) in the thyroid gland has been reported in few vertebrate species other than a few mammals. This study(More)