Neurodevelopmental low-dose bisphenol A exposure leads to early life-stage hyperactivity and learning deficits in adult zebrafish.

@article{Saili2012NeurodevelopmentalLB,
  title={Neurodevelopmental low-dose bisphenol A exposure leads to early life-stage hyperactivity and learning deficits in adult zebrafish.},
  author={Katerine S. Saili and Margaret M. Corvi and Daniel N. Weber and Ami Patel and Siba R. Das and Jennifer Przybyla and Kim A Anderson and Robert L. Tanguay},
  journal={Toxicology},
  year={2012},
  volume={291 1-3},
  pages={83-92}
}
Developmental bisphenol A (BPA) exposure has been implicated in adverse behavior and learning deficits. The mode of action underlying these effects is unclear. The objectives of this study were to identify whether low-dose, developmental BPA exposure affects larval zebrafish locomotor behavior and whether learning deficits occur in adults exposed during development. Two control compounds, 17β-estradiol (an estrogen receptor ligand) and GSK4716 (a synthetic estrogen-related receptor gamma ligand… CONTINUE READING
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