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Hydroxylated polybrominated diphenyl ethers exhibit different activities on thyroid hormone receptors depending on their degree of brominationREN, Xiao-Min; GUO, Liang-Hong; YU GAO et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 2013, Vol 268, Num 3, pp 256-263, issn 0041-008X, 8 p.Article

Exposure to Flame Retardants in Electronics Recycling SitesROSENBERG, Christina; HÄMEILÄ, Mervi; TORNAEUS, Jarkko et al.Annals of occupational hygiene. 2011, Vol 55, Num 6, pp 658-665, issn 0003-4878, 8 p.Article

Polybrominated diphenyl ether exposure suppresses cytokines important in the defence to coxsackievirus B3 infection in miceLUNDGREN, Magnus; DARNERUD, Per Ola; BLOMBERG, Jonas et al.Toxicology letters. 2009, Vol 184, Num 2, pp 107-113, issn 0378-4274, 7 p.Article

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in human milk from AustraliaTOMS, Leisa-Maree L; HARDEN, Fiona A; SYMONS, Robert K et al.Chemosphere (Oxford). 2007, Vol 68, Num 5, pp 797-803, issn 0045-6535, 7 p.Article

Developmental neurotoxicity of polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardantsCOSTA, Lucio G; GIORDANO, Gennaro.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2007, Vol 28, Num 6, pp 1047-1067, issn 0161-813X, 21 p.Article

Toxicology and human health assessment of decabromodiphenyl etherHARDY, Marcia L; BANASIK, Marek; STEDEFORD, Todd et al.Critical reviews in toxicology. 2009, Vol 39, pp 1-44, issn 1040-8444, 44 p., SUP3Article

Possible mechanisms of thyroid hormone disruption in mice by BDE 47, a major polybrominated diphenyl ether congenerRICHARDSON, Vicki M; STASKAL, Daniele F; ROSS, David G et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 2008, Vol 226, Num 3, pp 244-250, issn 0041-008X, 7 p.Article

Children's exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethersZUURBIER, Moniek; LEIJS, Marike; SCHOETERS, Greet et al.Acta paediatrica. Supplement. 2006, Vol 95, Num 453, pp 65-70, issn 0803-5326, 6 p.Article

Is decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) a developmental neurotoxicant?COSTA, Lucio G; GIORDANO, Gennaro.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2011, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 9-24, issn 0161-813X, 16 p.Article

Prenatal Exposure to PBDEs and NeurodevelopmentHERBSTMAN, Julie B; SJÖDIN, Andreas; PERERA, Frederica et al.Environmental health perspectives. 2010, Vol 118, Num 5, pp 712-719, issn 0091-6765, 8 p.Article

Does Flying Present a Threat of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Exposure?SCHECTER, Arnold; SMITH, Sarah; HAFFNER, Darrah et al.Journal of occupational and environmental medicine. 2010, Vol 52, Num 12, pp 1230-1235, issn 1076-2752, 6 p.Article

Predictive insight into the relationship between AhR binding property and toxicity of polybrominated diphenyl ethers by PLS-derived QSARCHENGGANG GU; GOODARZI, Mohammad; XINGLUN YANG et al.Toxicology letters. 2012, Vol 208, Num 3, pp 269-274, issn 0378-4274, 6 p.Article

A physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for developmental exposure to BDE-47 in ratsEMOND, Claude; RAYMER, James H; STUDABAKER, William B et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 2010, Vol 242, Num 3, pp 290-298, issn 0041-008X, 9 p.Article

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) and Hexabromocyclodecane (HBCD) in Composite U.S. Food SamplesSCHECTER, Arnold; HAFFNER, Darrah; COLACINO, Justin et al.Environmental health perspectives. 2010, Vol 118, Num 3, pp 357-362, issn 0091-6765, 6 p.Article

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD) and novel brominated flame retardants in house dust in GermanyFROMME, H; HILGER, B; KOPP, E et al.Environment international. 2014, Vol 64, pp 61-68, issn 0160-4120, 8 p.Article

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in residential dust: Sources of variabilityWHITEHEAD, Todd P; REBER BROWN, F; METAYER, Catherine et al.Environment international. 2013, Vol 57-58, pp 11-24, issn 0160-4120, 14 p.Article

Ichthyotoxic brominated diphenyl ethers from a mixed assemblage of a red alga and cyanobacterium: Structure clarification and biological propertiesSUYAMA, Takashi L; ZHENGYU CAO; MURRAY, Thomas F et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2010, Vol 55, Num 2-3, pp 204-210, issn 0041-0101, 7 p.Article

Identification of hydroxylated polybrominated diphenyl ether metabolites in blood plasma from polybrominated diphenyl ether exposed ratsMALMBERG, Tina; ATHANASIADOU, Maria; MARSH, Göran et al.Environmental science & technology. 2005, Vol 39, Num 14, pp 5342-5348, issn 0013-936X, 7 p.Article

Lactational Exposure to Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers and Its Relation to Social and Emotional Development among ToddlersHOFFMAN, Kate; ADGENT, Margaret; DAVIS GOLDMAN, Barbara et al.Environmental health perspectives. 2012, Vol 120, Num 10, pp 1438-1442, issn 0091-6765, 5 p.Article

Concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers, hexachlorobenzene and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in various foodstuffs before and after cookingPERELLO, Gemma; MARTI-CID, Roser; CASTELL, Victoria et al.Food and chemical toxicology. 2009, Vol 47, Num 4, pp 709-715, issn 0278-6915, 7 p.Article

Concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in blood serum from New ZealandHARRAD, Stuart; PORTER, Lawrence.Chemosphere (Oxford). 2007, Vol 66, Num 10, pp 2019-2023, issn 0045-6535, 5 p.Article

Survey of polybrominated diphenyl ether levels in Spanish commercial foodstuffsGOMARA, B; HERRERO, L; GONZAALEZ, M. J et al.Environmental science & technology. 2006, Vol 40, Num 24, pp 7541-7547, issn 0013-936X, 7 p.Article

Infant exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) via consumption of homemade baby food in KoreaYUNSUN JEONG; SUNGGYU LEE; SU YOUNG KIM et al.Environmental research (New York, N.Y. : Print). 2014, Vol 134, pp 396-401, issn 0013-9351, 6 p.Article

Acute postnatal exposure to the pentaBDE commercial mixture DE-71 at 5 or 15 mg/kg/day does not produce learning or attention deficits in ratsDRISCOLL, Lori L; KAPLAN, Joshua; BUCUVALAS, Eleni et al.Neurotoxicology and teratology. 2012, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 20-26, issn 0892-0362, 7 p.Article

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and neuropsychological status among older adults in New YorkFITZGERALD, Edward F; SHRESTHA, Srishti; GOMEZ, Marta I et al.Neurotoxicology (Park Forest South). 2012, Vol 33, Num 1, pp 8-15, issn 0161-813X, 8 p.Article

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