Lumiestrone is Photochemically Derived from Estrone and may be Released to the Environment without Detection

@inproceedings{Trudeau2011LumiestroneIP,
  title={Lumiestrone is Photochemically Derived from Estrone and may be Released to the Environment without Detection},
  author={Vance L. Trudeau and Belinda J Heyne and Jules M Blais and Fabio Temussi and Susanna K. Atkinson and Farzad Pakdel and Jason T. Popesku and Vicki Lee Marlatt and Juan C Scaiano and Lucio Previtera and David R. S. Lean},
  booktitle={Front. Endocrin.},
  year={2011}
}
Endocrine disrupting chemicals are adversely affecting the reproductive health and metabolic status of aquatic vertebrates. Estrone is often the dominant natural estrogen in urban sewage, yet little is known about its environmental fate and biological effects. Increased use of UV-B radiation for effluent treatments, and exposure of effluents to sunlight in holding ponds led us to examine the effects of environmentally relevant levels of UV-B radiation on the photodegradation potential of… CONTINUE READING
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