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|Title:||Endocrine disruptors and testis development|
|Keywords:||Endocrine Disruptors;Enviroment Estrogens|
|Citation:||Environmental Health Perspectives, 1998, 106 (5), pp. A220 - A221|
|Abstract:||There is currently much debate as to which in vivo tests should be selected for the detection of adverse effects of endocrine disruptors in test animals. As co-authors of a much-cited article in Environmental Health Perspectives. which described small (but significant) decreases in testicular weight of adult rats that had been exposed developmentally to either of two environmental estrogens, we would like to bring certain of our experiences to the attention of readers of EHP and to those involved in framing and implementing regulatory guidelines in this area.|
|Appears in Collections:||Environment|
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