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Level and Patterns of DDTs in Maternal Colostrum From an Island Population and Exposure of Neonates
(Environmental Pollution, 2016)
Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) was heavily used in the past in many regions of the world. The occurrence of DDTs in island populations may be elevated if the island is adjacent to major DDT consumption estuaries, ...
In Vitro an in Silico Investigations of the Binary-mixture Toxicity of Phthalate Esters and Cadmium (II) to Vibrio Qinghaiensis sp.-Q67
Phthalate esters (PAEs) are widely used as plasticizers and have become one of the emerging contaminants with an increasing public concern. The residues of PAEs frequently co-exist with heavy metals such as cadmium (Cd) ...
Side Chains of Parabens Modulate Antiandrogenic Activity: In Vitro and Molecular Docking Studies, Environmental Science and Technology
(Environmental Science & Technology, 2017)
Parabens have been widely used in packaged foods, pharmaceuticals, and personal-care products. Considering their potential hydrolysis, we herein investigated structural features leading to the disruption of human androgen ...
Spatial Distributions and Enantiomeric Signatures of DDT and its Metabolites in Tree Bark from Agricultural Regions across China
(Environmental Pollution, 2017)
Tree bark is considered as an effective passive sampler for estimating the atmospheric status of pollutants. In this study, we conducted a national scale tree bark sampling campaign across China. Concentration profiles ...