The role of human biological monitoring in health risk assessment

@inproceedings{Gurusankar2017TheRO,
  title={The role of human biological monitoring in health risk assessment},
  author={Roma Gurusankar and Nagarajkumar Yenugadhati and Kannan Krishnan and Sean M. Hays and Douglas Haines and Angelika Zidek and Sandra Kuchta and David W. Kinniburgh and Stephan Gabos and Donald R. Mattison and Daniel Krewski},
  year={2017}
}
Human biological monitoring refers to the measurement of biomarkers in biological specimens. Advances in analytical chemistry together with an increased understanding of the potential toxicity of environmental chemicals have propelled the quest to identify and monitor chemicals and metabolites in human biological specimens. Many biomonitoring programs have provided valuable data on the presence of environmental chemicals in biological matrices. The availability of this large volume of… CONTINUE READING

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