Persistence of indoor permethrin and estimation of dermal and non-dietary exposure

@article{Nakagawa2019PersistenceOI,
  title={Persistence of indoor permethrin and estimation of dermal and non-dietary exposure},
  author={Lia E. Nakagawa and Cristiane Mazarin do Nascimento and Alan Roberto Costa and Ricardo Polatto and Solange Papini},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science \& Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={30},
  pages={547-553}
}
Pesticides applied indoors may persist longer than they would in outdoor environments, making people more vulnerable to the risk of exposure. Permethrin is a pyrethroid insecticide used in agricultural, residential, and public health sites, and is commonly detected in indoor environments. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the persistence of permethrin indoors and to estimate the levels of possible dermal and non-dietary exposure to this insecticide. Permethrin was applied on… Expand
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