Endocrine Disruptors Leading to Obesity and Related Diseases

  title={Endocrine Disruptors Leading to Obesity and Related Diseases},
  author={Demetrios Petrakis and Loukia Vassilopoulou and Charalampos Mamoulakis and Christos Psycharakis and Aliki Anifantaki and Stavros K Sifakis and Anca Oana Docea and John Tsiaoussis and Antonios Makrigiannakis and Aristidis Michael Tsatsakis},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
The review aims to comprehensively present the impact of exposure to endocrine disruptors (EDs) in relation to the clinical manifestation of obesity and related diseases, including diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular diseases, carcinogenesis and infertility. EDs are strong participants in the obesity epidemic scenery by interfering with cellular morphological and biochemical processes; by inducing inflammatory responses; and by presenting transcriptional and oncogenic activity… CONTINUE READING
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