Juvenile Male Rats Exposed to a Low-Dose Mixture of Twenty-Seven Environmental Chemicals Display Adverse Health Effects

@inproceedings{Hadrup2016JuvenileMR,
  title={Juvenile Male Rats Exposed to a Low-Dose Mixture of Twenty-Seven Environmental Chemicals Display Adverse Health Effects},
  author={Niels Hadrup and Terje Svingen and K Mandrup and Kasper Skov and Mikael Pedersen and Hanne Winther Frederiksen and Henrik Lauritz Frandsen and Anne Marie Vinggaard},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
Humans are exposed to a large number of environmental chemicals in their daily life, many of which are readily detectable in blood or urine. It remains uncertain if these chemicals can cause adverse health effects when present together at low doses. In this study we have tested whether a mixture of 27 chemicals administered orally to juvenile male rats for three months could leave a pathophysiological footprint. The mixture contained metals, perfluorinated compounds, PCB, dioxins, pesticides… CONTINUE READING
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