Endocrine-disrupting chemicals: prepubertal exposures and effects on sexual maturation and thyroid activity in the female rat. A focus on the EDSTAC recommendations.

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In 1996, the US Environmental Protection Agency was given a mandate by Congress to develop a screening program that would evaluate whether variously identified compounds could affect human health by mimicking or interfering with normal endocrine regulatory functions. Toward this end, the Agency chartered the Endocrine Disruptor Screening and Testing… (More)

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@article{Goldman2000EndocrinedisruptingCP, title={Endocrine-disrupting chemicals: prepubertal exposures and effects on sexual maturation and thyroid activity in the female rat. A focus on the EDSTAC recommendations.}, author={Jerome M. Goldman and Susan C Laws and S K Balchak and Ralph L. Cooper and Robert J. Kavlock}, journal={Critical reviews in toxicology}, year={2000}, volume={30 2}, pages={135-96} }