• Corpus ID: 196277132

ポリ塩化ビフェニル(PCB)の胎児組織内蓄積 : 環境化学物質によるヒト胎児汚染の問題に関する一考察

  title={ポリ塩化ビフェニル(PCB)の胎児組織内蓄積 : 環境化学物質によるヒト胎児汚染の問題に関する一考察},
  author={塩田 浩平},
  journal={Congenital Anomalies},
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Effects of organochlorine chemicals on the reproductive outcome of humans who consumed contaminated Great Lakes fish: an epidemiologic consideration.

  • W. R. Swain
  • Medicine
    Journal of toxicology and environmental health
  • 1991
Three sets of studies of the impacts of human exposure to PCB contaminated fish from the Great Lakes basin were evaluated and suggest that the causal hypothesis may be strongly affirmed for the relationship between PCB exposure and alterations in both neonatal health status and in health status in early infancy.

Extrapolation of the evidence on teratogenicity of chemicals between humans and experimental animals: chemicals other than drugs.

Ethanol, methylmercury, and PCBs have caused malformations in experimental animals, and the effective doses have ranged from 0.2 to 8.0 times the effective human doses.

Transfer of polychlorinated biphenyls from mothers to foetuses and infants.