Research Update on Oestrogenic Substances in the Environment
ISBN: 1 84057 128 4
Updates UKWIR 1994 report, Implications of Oestreogenic Substances in the Environment, that examined the hypothesised relationship between oestrogenic substance in the environment and reproductive disorders. Discusses 17b- oestradiol, ethinyl oestradio, phthalates, bisphenol A, alkylphenols and nonylphenols in particular. Incorporates work undertaken world- wide, particularly the Institute of Environmental Health’s Assessment on Environmental Oestrogens and by Brunel University, and discusses the implications.
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