Is meconium useful to predict fetal exposure to organochlorines and hydroxylated PCBs?

@article{Veyhe2013IsMU,
  title={Is meconium useful to predict fetal exposure to organochlorines and hydroxylated PCBs?},
  author={Anna Sof{\'i}a Veyhe and Therese Haugdahl N\ost and Torkjel Manning Sandanger and Solrunn Hansen and Jon \Oyvind Odland and Evert Nieboer},
  journal={Environmental science. Processes & impacts},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 8},
  pages={1490-500}
}
The objective of this study is to compare meconium and maternal serum as biomarkers of fetal exposure to organochlorines (OCs). A subset of 40 meconium samples and complementary maternal sera from the Northern Norway Mother-and-Child Contaminant Cohort Study (MISA) were selected. Meconium samples were collected at the earliest opportunity (median 9.0 hours postpartum, range 0-61) and maternal serum in the 2nd trimester (median 19.0 gestational weeks, range 13-34) and analysed for OC… CONTINUE READING
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