Effects of exposure to mixtures of environmental contaminants during the in utero and/or the postnatal developmental period in the rat

This study compares classical indicators of health with endpoints related to reproductive success, estrogen metabolism, metabolic and glucocorticoid stress-responses, and changes in DNA methylation as potential biomarker of exposure and long term effects. These endpoints are important because if abnormal, in addition to affect health during development, they may lead to long term adverse health effects during adulthood. See the details of the methodology in the articles. Funded by NCP, CMP, and Health Canada.

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Source https://www.polardata.ca/pdcsearch/PDCSearchDOI.jsp?doi_id=10012
Metadata Access http://www.polardata.ca/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=fgdc&identifier=10012_fgdc
Provenance
Creator Daniel Desaulniers
Publisher Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
Contributor Polar Data Catalogue
Publication Year 2013
Rights Research programs, CCIN, or ArcticNet take no liability for the use or transmission of this data
OpenAccess true
Contact daniel_desaulniers(at)hc-sc.gc.ca; pdc(at)uwaterloo.ca
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Language English
Format Computer file
Discipline Environmental Research
Spatial Coverage (-140.000W, 55.000S, -50.000E, 85.000N)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2004-08-01T00:00:00Z
Temporal Coverage End 2011-12-31T00:00:00Z