Mutagenic Azo Dyes, Rather Than Flame Retardants, Are the Predominant Brominated Compounds in House Dust.

@article{Peng2016MutagenicAD,
  title={Mutagenic Azo Dyes, Rather Than Flame Retardants, Are the Predominant Brominated Compounds in House Dust.},
  author={Hui Peng and David M V Saunders and Jianxian Sun and Paul D. A. Jones and Chris Kong-Chu Wong and Hongling Liu and John Paul Giesy},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 23},
  pages={
          12669-12677
        }
}
Characterization of toxicological profiles by use of traditional targeted strategies might underestimate the risk of environmental mixtures. Unbiased identification of prioritized compounds provides a promising strategy for meeting regulatory needs. In this study, untargeted screening of brominated compounds in house dust was conducted using a data-independent precursor isolation and characteristic fragment (DIPIC-Frag) approach, which used data-independent acquisition (DIA) and a chemometric… CONTINUE READING
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