Research plan for endocrine disruptors
Gerald T. Ankley, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development
Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1998 - Medical - 47 pages
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adverse effects areas assays bioaccumulate biological effects biomarkers cancer CD CD CENR characterization coordination developmental dose-response Ecological Focus ecological risk ecosystem EDC exposure EDC research effects and exposure effects of EDCs effort endocrine disrupting chemicals endocrine disruptors endocrine system endocrine-mediated endometriosis environment environmental EPA's estrogenic evaluate exposed Exposure Focus exposure models exposure to EDCs extramural extrapolation health and ecological health effects High Priority Adjusted hormone Human and Ecological human and wildlife Human Focus human health identify intramural levels LINKAGE Medium Priority Adjusted organisms peer review phytoestrogens potential Priority Adjusted Score priority score processes prostate cancer QSAR Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships receptor relevant reproductive research needs research plan research program research strategy risk assessment risk management risks of EDCs Score from Appendix screening sex steroids STUDlES suspect EDCs testing toxicity toxicology uncertainties vitellogenin wildlife populations wildlife species workshops