The contribution of diet to total bisphenol A body burden in humans: results of a 48 hour fasting study.

@article{Christensen2012TheCO,
  title={The contribution of diet to total bisphenol A body burden in humans: results of a 48 hour fasting study.},
  author={Krista L. Yorita Christensen and Matthew N Lorber and Stephan Koslitz and Thomas Br{\"u}ning and Holger M Koch},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={7-14}
}
Human biomonitoring studies measuring bisphenol A (BPA) in urine have shown widespread exposure in the general population. Diet is thought to be a major route of exposure. We studied urinary BPA patterns in five individuals over a 48-h period of fasting (bottled water only). Personal activity patterns were recorded with a diary to investigate non-dietary routes of exposure. All urine void events during the fast were collected, as well as events before and after the fast. The pattern of BPA… CONTINUE READING

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