Endocrine disruptors in bottled mineral water: estrogenic activity in the E-Screen. (73/118)

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[Determination of substances in polylactic acid products for food-contact use and mutagenicity of their migration solutions]. (74/118)

Specification tests defined in the Japanese Food Sanitation Law were conducted on 7 polylactic acid food-contact products. Moreover, the content and migration of other compounds were examined by means of ICP-AES, GC/MS and mutagenicity tests. All products met their specifications, and migration levels of heavy metals were negligible. No notable peak was observed in GC/MS analysis. Moreover, all products gave negative results in both rec-assay and the umu-test. An increase in the beta-galactosidase activity in the umu-test observed with the migration solution of soup bowl was due not to polylactic acid, but to the polyurethane coating.  (+info)

Contamination of U.S. butter with polybrominated diphenyl ethers from wrapping paper. (75/118)

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Variability and predictors of urinary bisphenol A concentrations during pregnancy. (76/118)

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Quality control of Toxoplasma gondii in meat packages: standardization of an ELISA test and its use for detection in rabbit meat cuts. (77/118)

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Most plastic products release estrogenic chemicals: a potential health problem that can be solved. (78/118)

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Food packaging and bisphenol A and bis(2-ethyhexyl) phthalate exposure: findings from a dietary intervention. (79/118)

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Antioxidant enrichment and antimicrobial protection of fresh-cut fruits using their own byproducts: looking for integral exploitation. (80/118)

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