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Thursday, July 17, 1997, 12:00 p.m. EDT Contact: Bill Grigg, NIEHS (301) 402-3378 Do environmental estrogens -- the female hormone-mimicking chemicals found in nature and in such ...

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Reanalysis of International Data Finds Sharp Decline in Sperm Density CDC and NIH Join in Testing Exposure of Americans to Environmental Estrogens and Other Chemicals Reanalysis of ...

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November 24, 1997: CDC and NIH Join in Testing Exposure of Americans to Environmental Estrogens and Other Chemicals November 24, 1997: News Releases November 19, 1997: Genetic ...

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The 36-member panel said the chemicals, called "environmental estrogens" and "endocrine disruptors" deserve greater scrutiny and additional research. Some of the hormones, like ...

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ML, Klager SA, Schaeberle CM, Sonnenschein C, Soto AM. 2017. New insights into fetal mammary gland morphogenesis: differential effects of natural and environmental estrogens. ...

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Environmental estrogens induce transcriptionally active estrogen receptor dimers in yeast: activity potentiated by the coactivator RIP140. C Q Sheeler , M W Dudley , and S A Khan C ...

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15, No. 1 ResearchOpen Access Environmental Estrogens Induce Mast Cell Degranulation and Enhance IgE-Mediated Release of Allergic Mediators Shin-ichiro Narita , Randall M. Goldblum ...

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Environmental estrogens: health implications for humans and wildlife. T Colborn T Colborn World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC 20037, USA. COLBORN+R%[email protected] Search for ...

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Environmental estrogens alter early development in Xenopus laevis. Cassandra L Bevan , Donna M Porter , Anita Prasad , Marthe J Howard , and Leslie P Henderson Cassandra L Bevan ...

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