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Jorge Regueiro et al.
Journal of chromatography. A, 1422, 230-238 (2015-11-04)
Facing growing restrictions on the use of bisphenol A in food contact materials, several bisphenol analogs are arising as major alternatives to replace this chemical in most of its applications. This work reports a simple and robust method based on
Eriko Yamazaki et al.
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 122, 565-572 (2015-10-06)
Concentrations of eight bisphenol analogues (BPs) including BPA, BPS, and BPF were determined in surface waters collected from select rivers in Japan, Korea, China, and India. BPA was found at a concentration in the range of several tens to several
Lei Tian et al.
Food chemistry, 326, 126942-126942 (2020-05-15)
A non-targeted screening method based on ultrasound-assisted extraction followed by high-performance liquid chromatography coupled with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry (HPLC-QTOF-MS) was developed to screen for the presence of plastic-related chemicals (PRCs) in different types of food (fish, chicken, canned tuna
Yi Chen et al.
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 238, 299-305 (2018-03-25)
Bisphenols and triclosan (TCS) are widely used in consumer products. However, knowledge on human exposure to these anthropogenic chemicals has remained limited in China, especially for children. In this study, concentrations of seven bisphenols and TCS were determined in 283
Jorge Regueiro et al.
Rapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM, 29(16), 1473-1484 (2015-07-28)
Due to the growing restrictions on the use of bisphenol A (BPA), several other bisphenols are gaining importance as substitutes for BPA in a variety of applications. There is, therefore, a real need for selective and sensitive methods based on
Stefan Pj van Leeuwen et al.
Chemosphere, 221, 246-253 (2019-01-15)
Information on the occurrence and endocrine potencies of analogues of bisphenol A (BPA) and diglycidyl ester derivatives (BDGEs) of BPA and BPF is limited. Such information is, however, important as the current debate on BPA and the lowered BPA migration
Chong-Jing Gao et al.
Environment international, 136, 105465-105465 (2020-01-17)
Feminine hygiene products, a category of daily necessities, can be a source of exposure to plasticizers and antimicrobial agents in women. Nevertheless, studies on the occurrence of chemicals in feminine hygiene products have received little attention. In this study, 24
Xiaojing Li et al.
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 272, 115990-115990 (2020-11-18)
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and certain ingredients in personal care products, such as parabens, bisphenols, triclosan and phthalate metabolites, have become ubiquitous in the world. Concerns of human exposure to these pollutants have increased during recent years because of various
Noelia Caballero-Casero et al.
Analytica chimica acta, 1144, 14-25 (2021-01-18)
The growing demand for a better understanding of the effects of chemical mixtures on human health has fostered the need for extensive estimation of uptake rates from identified sources and/or biomonitoring, which has encouraged the development of analyte- and matrix-independent
Shaoyou Lu et al.
Environment international, 145, 106101-106101 (2020-09-10)
Many hazardous substances can be released during incineration of municipal solid waste (MSW), which pose a potential threat to human health. As additives, phthalates (PAEs) and bisphenols (BPs), which are widely used in daily goods, are likely to be present
Na Li et al.
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 271, 116394-116394 (2021-01-04)
Common plasticizers and their alternatives are environmentally ubiquitous and have become a global problem. In this study, common plasticizers (phthalates and metabolites) and new alternatives [bisphenol analogs, t-butylphenyl diphenyl phosphate (BPDP), and bisphenol A bis(diphenyl phosphate) (BDP)] were quantified in
Fiorella Lucarini et al.
International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(13) (2020-07-09)
Restrictions on the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in consumer products led to its replacement by various bisphenol (BP) analogues, yet young children's exposure to these analogues has been poorly characterized so far. This study aimed to characterize infants' and
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