Infant toxicology: state of the science and considerations in evaluation of safety.

@article{NealKluever2014InfantTS,
  title={Infant toxicology: state of the science and considerations in evaluation of safety.},
  author={April P Neal-Kluever and Jason Aungst and Yan Gu and Karen Hatwell and Kristi Muldoon-Jacobs and Ayesha Liem and Adejoke Ogungbesan and Mary E Shackelford},
  journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association},
  year={2014},
  volume={70},
  pages={68-83}
}
Differences in the physiology and biological susceptibilities of adults and infants have led to growing interest in safety evaluation methods for exposures from infant formula packaging. In addition to potential physiological differences, infants aged 0-6 months may consume a sole source of food, infant formula or breast milk, and consume higher amounts of food relative to body weight compared to adults. While the duration of the exposure is short compared to the expected lifespan of the… CONTINUE READING
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