Considering changes in exposure and sensitivity in an early life cumulative risk assessment.

Abstract

A cumulative risk assessment is generally intended to address concurrent exposure by all exposure routes to a group of chemicals that share a common mechanism of toxicity. However, the contribution of different exposure routes will change over time. This is most critical when estimating risks to infants and children because their exposure sources change… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1091581809344436

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@article{Howd2010ConsideringCI, title={Considering changes in exposure and sensitivity in an early life cumulative risk assessment.}, author={Robert A. Howd}, journal={International journal of toxicology}, year={2010}, volume={29 1}, pages={71-7} }