Estimating perchlorate exposure from food and tap water based on US biomonitoring and occurrence data

@article{Huber2011EstimatingPE,
  title={Estimating perchlorate exposure from food and tap water based on US biomonitoring and occurrence data},
  author={David Huber and Benjamin C. Blount and David T. Mage and Frank J Letkiewicz and Amit Kumar and Ruth H. Allen},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={395-407}
}
Human biomonitoring data show that exposure to perchlorate is widespread in the United States. The predominant source of intake is food, whereas drinking water is a less frequent and far smaller contributor. We used spot urine samples for over 2700 subjects and estimated 24 h intake using new creatinine adjustment equations. Merging data from surveys of national health (NHANES) with drinking water monitoring (UCMR), we categorized survey participants according to their potential exposure… CONTINUE READING

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