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|Title:||Introduction: Endocrine disruptors-exposure assessment, novel end points, and low-dose and mixture effects|
|Keywords:||Endocrine System;Endocrine Disruptors|
|Citation:||Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007, 115 (SUPPL1), pp. 7 - 7|
|Abstract:||With the aim of discussing new research findings about chemicals able to interfere with the endocrine system, so-called endocrine disruptors, an international workshop was held in Prague, Czech Republic, 10–12 May 2005. The workshop was organized jointly by the EDEN project (Endocrine Disrupters: Exploring Novel Endpoints, Exposure, Low-Dose and Mixture-Effects in Humans, Aquatic Wildlife and Laboratory Animals; http://www.edenresearch.info) and the FIRE project (Risk Assessment of Brominated Flame Retardants as Suspected Endocrine Disrupters for Human and Wildlife Health; http://www.rivm.nl/fire), both large-scale consortia funded by the European Union (EU). The meeting was attended by more than 170 scientists from academia, industry, government agencies, and other organizations.|
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