Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age

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Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age. / Main, Katharina M; Mortensen, Gerda Krog; Kaleva, Marko M; Boisen, Kirsten A; Damgaard, Ida N; Chellakooty, Marla; Schmidt, Ida M; Suomi, Anne-Maarit; Virtanen, Helena E; Petersen, Jørgen Holm; Andersson, Anna-Maria; Toppari, Jorma; Skakkebaek, Niels E.

In: Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol. 114, No. 2, 2006, p. 270-276.

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Harvard

Main, KM, Mortensen, GK, Kaleva, MM, Boisen, KA, Damgaard, IN, Chellakooty, M, Schmidt, IM, Suomi, A-M, Virtanen, HE, Petersen, JH, Andersson, A-M, Toppari, J & Skakkebaek, NE 2006, 'Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age', Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 114, no. 2, pp. 270-276.

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Main, K. M., Mortensen, G. K., Kaleva, M. M., Boisen, K. A., Damgaard, I. N., Chellakooty, M., ... Skakkebaek, N. E. (2006). Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114(2), 270-276.

Vancouver

Main KM, Mortensen GK, Kaleva MM, Boisen KA, Damgaard IN, Chellakooty M et al. Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2006;114(2):270-276.

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Main, Katharina M ; Mortensen, Gerda Krog ; Kaleva, Marko M ; Boisen, Kirsten A ; Damgaard, Ida N ; Chellakooty, Marla ; Schmidt, Ida M ; Suomi, Anne-Maarit ; Virtanen, Helena E ; Petersen, Jørgen Holm ; Andersson, Anna-Maria ; Toppari, Jorma ; Skakkebaek, Niels E. / Human breast milk contamination with phthalates and alterations of endogenous reproductive hormones in infants three months of age. In: Environmental Health Perspectives. 2006 ; Vol. 114, No. 2. pp. 270-276.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Phthalates adversely affect the male reproductive system in animals. We investigated whether phthalate monoester contamination of human breast milk had any influence on the postnatal surge of reproductive hormones in newborn boys as a sign of testicular dysgenesis.",
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AU - Damgaard, Ida N

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AU - Skakkebaek, Niels E

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