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

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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



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