Neurobehavioral function and low-level exposure to brominated flame retardants in adolescents: a cross-sectional study

@inproceedings{Kiciski2012NeurobehavioralFA,
  title={Neurobehavioral function and low-level exposure to brominated flame retardants in adolescents: a cross-sectional study},
  author={Michał Kiciński and Mineke K Viaene and Elly M Den Hond and Greet E R Schoeters and Adrian Covaci and Alin Constantin Dirtu and V. J. Nelen and Liesbeth Bruckers and Kim Croes and I Sioen and Willy F. Baeyens and Nicolas A. van Larebeke and Tim Steve Nawrot},
  booktitle={Environmental health : a global access science source},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Animal and in vitro studies demonstrated a neurotoxic potential of brominated flame retardants, a group of chemicals used in many household and commercial products to prevent fire. Although the first reports of detrimental neurobehavioral effects in rodents appeared more than ten years ago, human data are sparse. METHODS As a part of a biomonitoring program for environmental health surveillance in Flanders, Belgium, we assessed the neurobehavioral function with the Neurobehavioral… CONTINUE READING
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