Paraoxonase Polymorphisms, Haplotypes, and Enzyme Activity in Latino Mothers and Newborns

@inproceedings{Holland2006ParaoxonasePH,
  title={Paraoxonase Polymorphisms, Haplotypes, and Enzyme Activity in Latino Mothers
and Newborns},
  author={Nina Titenko Holland and Clement E. Furlong and Maria Bastaki and Rebecca J. Richter and A S A Bradman and Karen Huen and Kenneth B Beckman and Brenda Eskenazi},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2006}
}
Recent studies have demonstrated widespread pesticide exposures in pregnant women and in children. Plasma paraoxonase 1 (PON1) plays an important role in detoxification of various organophosphates. The goals of this study were to examine in the Center for Health Assessment of Mothers and Children of Salinas (CHAMACOS) birth cohort of Latina mothers and their newborns living in the Salinas Valley, California, the frequencies of five PON1 polymorphisms in the coding region (192QR and 55LM) and… CONTINUE READING

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