Are Environmental Levels of Bisphenol A Associated with Reproductive Function in Fertile Men?

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Are Environmental Levels of Bisphenol A Associated with Reproductive Function in Fertile Men?

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Title: Are Environmental Levels of Bisphenol A Associated with Reproductive Function in Fertile Men?
Author: Mendiola, Jaime; Drobnis, Erma Z.
Keywords: polycarbonate plastics
antiandrogenic effects
Date: 2010-09
Publisher: Environmental Health Perspectives
Citation: Environmental Health Perspectives 118(9) 2010: 1286-1291.
Abstract: Rodent and in vitro studies have demonstrated the estrogenicity of bisphenol A (BPA). However, few studies have examined the relationship between human exposure to BPA and male reproductive function. We investigated the relationships between environmental BPA exposure and reproductive parameters, including semen quality and male reproductive hormones, in prospectively recruited fertile men.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/8670

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