Occurrence and mammalian cell toxicity of iodinated disinfection byproducts in drinking water.

  title={Occurrence and mammalian cell toxicity of iodinated disinfection byproducts in drinking water.},
  author={Susan D. Richardson and Francesca Fasano and J. Jackson Ellington and Farrist G. Crumley and Katherine M Buettner and John J. Evans and Benjamin C. Blount and Lalith K. Silva and Tim J. Waite and George W. Luther and A Bruce Mckague and Richard J. Miltner and Elizabeth D. Wagner and Michael J. Plewa},
  journal={Environmental science \& technology},
  volume={42 22},
An occurrence study was conducted to measure five iodo-acids (iodoacetic acid, bromoiodoacetic acid, (Z)-3-bromo-3-iodo-propenoic acid, (E)-3-bromo-3-iodo-propenoic acid, and (E)-2-iodo-3-methylbutenedioic acid) and two iodo-trihalomethanes (iodo-THMs), (dichloroiodomethane and bromochloroiodomethane) in chloraminated and chlorinated drinking waters from 23 cities in the United States and Canada. Since iodoacetic acid was previouslyfound to be genotoxic in mammalian cells, the iodo-acids and… 
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