The emerging risk of exposure to nano(micro)plastics on endocrine disturbance and reproductive toxicity: From a hypothetical scenario to a global public health challenge

Volume: 261, Pages: 114158 - 114158
Published: Jun 1, 2020
Abstract
Humans are potentially exposed to nano(micro)plastics, however their interaction with tissues and cells in humans remains largely unknown. This premise is particularly notable with nano-sized plastic particulates, a potentially most pernicious form of plastic pollution. In this study, even in a hypothetical scenario in terms of dose (1, 3, 6 and 10 mg/kg-day) and exposure time (five weeks), the potential endocrine disturbances with particular...
Paper Details
Title
The emerging risk of exposure to nano(micro)plastics on endocrine disturbance and reproductive toxicity: From a hypothetical scenario to a global public health challenge
Published Date
Jun 1, 2020
Volume
261
Pages
114158 - 114158
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