Sex-specific enhanced behavioral toxicity induced by maternal exposure to a mixture of low dose endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

@article{Sobolewski2014SexspecificEB,
  title={Sex-specific enhanced behavioral toxicity induced by maternal exposure to a mixture of low dose endocrine-disrupting chemicals.},
  author={Marissa E. Sobolewski and Katherine Conrad and Joshua L. Allen and Hiromi I Weston and Kyle C Martin and B. Paige Lawrence and Deborah A. Cory-Slechta},
  journal={Neurotoxicology},
  year={2014},
  volume={45},
  pages={121-30}
}
Humans are increasingly and consistently exposed to a variety of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), chemicals that have been linked to neurobehavioral disorders such as ADHD and autism. Many of such EDCs have been shown to adversely influence brain mesocorticolimbic systems raising the potential for cumulative toxicity. As such, understanding the effects of developmental exposure to mixtures of EDCs is critical to public health protection. Consequently, this study compared the effects of a… CONTINUE READING

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