Impacts of prenatal triclosan exposure on fetal reproductive hormones and its potential mechanism

Volume: 111, Pages: 279 - 286
Published: Feb 1, 2018
Abstract
Triclosan (TCS) has been widely detected in pregnant women. The reproductive endocrine-disrupting effects of TCS have been observed in humans and animals. Little is known about the potential impact of prenatal TCS exposure on fetal reproductive development as well as its potential mechanism.We investigated the potential effect of prenatal TCS exposure on fetal reproductive hormones in cord blood and its potential mechanism in relation to...
Paper Details
Title
Impacts of prenatal triclosan exposure on fetal reproductive hormones and its potential mechanism
Published Date
Feb 1, 2018
Volume
111
Pages
279 - 286
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