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Assessment and Biomonitoring


ESR4 What contributes to human body burdens of EBFRs? An experimental approach.

At Stockholm University and complementary to ESR7, ESR4 will quantify concentrations of EBFRs in samples of air, dust, diet, hand wipes and blood from the A-TEAM cohort. As well as elucidating the relative importance of air, dust, and diet as pathways of exposure for EBFRs, ESR4 will work with ERs 1 and 2 to ascertain which measures of air, dust, and dietary exposure are the most biologically relevant for these contaminants.

Contact: Prof. Cynthia de Wit, Stockholm University

Email: Cynthia.de.wit@itm.su.se


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