Best matches for "2,2',3,4,4'-pentabromodiphenyl ether " and (“androgen” or “androgenic” or “adrenergic” or “antiadrenergic” or “antiandrogen” or “antiandrogenic” or “antiestrogenic” or “antithyroid” or “aromatase” or “catecholamines” or “EDCs” or “endocrine” or “ERalpha” or “estradiol” or “estrogen” or “estrogenic” or “estrogenicity” or “fertility” or “glucocorticoid” or “hormone” or “proestrogenic” or “progesterone” or “progesteronic” or “reproductive” or “semen” or “sperm” or “spermatogenesis” or “steoroids” or “thyroid” or “urogenital” or “xenoestrogen” or “xenoestrogenic” or “xenoestrogens” or “imposex” or “cancer” or “ovary” or “pregnancy” or “testosterone” or “uterus” or “tumor”):

The developmental neurotoxicity of polybrominated diphenyl ethers: Effect of DE-71 on dopamine in zebrafish larvae. Wang X et al. Environ Toxicol Chem. (2015)

Genital anomalies in boys and the environment. Main KM et al. Best Pract Res Clin Endocrinol Metab. (2010)

Hydroxylated metabolites of the polybrominated diphenyl ether mixture DE-71 are weak estrogen receptor-alpha ligands. Mercado-Feliciano M et al. Environ Health Perspect. (2008)

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