Prenatal exposures to persistent organic pollutants as measured in cord blood and meconium from three localities of Zhejiang, China.

@article{Zhao2007PrenatalET,
  title={Prenatal exposures to persistent organic pollutants as measured in cord blood and meconium from three localities of Zhejiang, China.},
  author={GaoFeng Zhao and Ying Xu and Wen Li and Guanggen Han and B Y Ling},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2007},
  volume={377 2-3},
  pages={179-91}
}
Prenatal exposures to persistent organic pollutants were assessed using the levels of PCBs and organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) measured in cord blood and meconium samples from Luqiao and two other localities of the Zhejiang province in China. Luqiao is a town with the largest site for disassembly of PCB-containing obsolete transformers and electrical waste in China. The other two localities Pingqiao (100 km NW of Luqiao) and Lin'an (500 km NW of Luqiao) are towns without known electronic or… CONTINUE READING

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