Combined effects of prenatal exposures to environmental chemicals on birth weight

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Govarts, Eva ; Remy, Sylvie ; Bruckers, Liesbeth ; Den Hond, Elly ; Sioen, Isabelle ; Nelen, Vera ; Baeyens, Willy ; Nawrot, Tim S ; Loots, Ilse ; Van Larebeke, Nick ; Schoeters, Greet (2016)
  • Publisher: CLARE
  • Journal: volume 13, issue 5 (issn: 1661-7827, eissn: 1660-4601)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/ijerph13050495, doi: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2016.06.2085, pmc: PMC4881120
  • Subject: Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated | Cord blood | endocrine disruptors; mixtures; principal component analysis; regression analysis; birth outcome; epidemiology; biomonitoring; cord blood | Biomonitoring | Environmental Pollutants | Phthalic Acids | Regression analysis | Infant, Newborn | Fluorocarbons | Mixtures | Epidemiology | Hair | Birth outcome | Fetal Blood | Female | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects | Fetal Development | Birth Weight | Maternal Exposure | Endocrine disruptors | Pregnancy | Medicine | Arsenic | Article | Methylmercury Compounds | R | Metals, Heavy | Adult | Humans | Principal component analysis | Male

Prenatal chemical exposure has been frequently associated with reduced fetal growth by single pollutant regression models although inconsistent results have been obtained. Our study estimated the effects of exposure to single pollutants and mixtures on birth weight in 2... View more
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