Bisphenol A influences the plasma calcium level and inhibits calcitonin secretion in goldfish.

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In teleosts, it is well known that plasma calcium levels increase as a result of treatment with estrogen for at least during 2 weeks and that calcitonin secretion is induced by estrogen. The present study examined the influence of bisphenol A on calcium homeostasis in goldfish and compared the above known estrogenic action. In goldfish kept in water… (More)

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@article{Suzuki2003BisphenolAI, title={Bisphenol A influences the plasma calcium level and inhibits calcitonin secretion in goldfish.}, author={N. Suzuki and Akira Kambegawa and Atsuhiko Hattori}, journal={Zoological science}, year={2003}, volume={20 6}, pages={745-8} }