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Organochlorine exposure and the risk of endometriosis.
- G. Lebel, S. Dodin, P. Ayotte, S. Marcoux, L. A. Ferron, É. Dewailly
- Fertility and sterility
- 1 February 1998
OBJECTIVE To compare mean concentrations of organochlorine in women with a new diagnosis of endometriosis and in controls. DESIGN Case-control study. SETTING Women attending an institutional… Expand
Disinfection by-products in Canadian drinking water
Abstract Halogenated disinfection by-products were determined in Canadian drinking water supplies where chlorine was used at some stage in the treatment process. The effects of applied disinfectants… Expand
A one-year survey of halogenated disinfection by-products in the distribution system of treatment plants using three different disinfection processes
On a monthly basis, over a one year period, disinfection by-products (DBPs) were measured in raw water and in treated water at four locations in the distribution system of three water treatment… Expand
Formation of halogenated acetaldehydes, and occurrence in Canadian drinking water.
Controlled laboratory chlorination of acetaldehyde (ACD) under typical drinking water conditions (pH 6.7, 7.6 and 8.8, and temperature 4 degrees C and 21 degrees C) revealed that the formation of… Expand
Halogenated acetaldehydes: analysis, stability and fate in drinking water.
In our previous studies, chloral hydrate has been the only chlorinated acetaldehyde determined in drinking water because authentic standards of other related haloacetaldehydes were not available.… Expand
Chlorinated naphthalenes in human adipose tissue from ontario municipalities
Abstract Human adipose tissue samples obtained during autopsies in Canadian municipalities within the Great Lakes basin were analysed for chlorinated naphthalenes using gas chromatography-mass… Expand
Gas chromatographic determination of trialkyl/aryl phosphates in drinking water, following isolation using macroreticular resin
- G. Lebel
- 1 July 1981
Determination of mutagenic potential and organic contaminants of Great Lakes drinking water
Abstract Extracts of organic compounds were obtained, using XAD-2 macroreticular resin, from drinking water supplies in 12 Great Lakes municipalities. The extracts were tested for mutagenic potential… Expand
Coplanar polychlorinated biphenyl residues in human adipose tissue samples from Ontario municipalities
Abstract Human adipose tissue samples obtained during autopsies in 5 Canadian municipalities within the Great Lakes basin were analysed for coplanar PCB congeners #77, #126 and #169 using gas… Expand
Use of Large-Volume Resin Cartridges for the Determination of Organic Contaminants in Drinking Water Derived from the Great Lakes