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Human exposure to synthetic endocrine disrupting chemicals (S-EDCs) is generally negligible as compared to natural compounds with higher or comparable endocrine activity : How to evaluate the risk of the S-EDCs?

Human exposure to synthetic endocrine disrupting chemicals (S-EDCs) is generally negligible as compared to natural compounds with higher or comparable endocrine activity : How to evaluate the risk of the S-EDCs?

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AUTRUP, Herman, Frank A. BARILE, Sir Colin BERRY, Bas J. BLAAUBOER, Alan BOOBIS, Herrmann BOLT, Christopher J. BORGERT, Wolfgang DEKANT, Daniel R. DIETRICH, Helmut GREIM, 2020. Human exposure to synthetic endocrine disrupting chemicals (S-EDCs) is generally negligible as compared to natural compounds with higher or comparable endocrine activity : How to evaluate the risk of the S-EDCs?. In: Toxicology Letters. Elsevier. 331, pp. 259-264. ISSN 0378-4274. eISSN 1879-3169. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2020.04.008

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