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EC number: 247-426-5
CAS number: 26040-51-7
In the this publication 174 school students living in a high pollution
area (near a petrochemical complex) in South China (average age 10) were
included to collect data and examine the influence of flame retardants
on thyroid hormone (TH; serum T3 and T4; free T3 and T4 i.e. FT3 and
FT4) and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels. The median level of
TBPH in the blood samples of school students was 6.6 ng/g lipid (mean 11
ng/g lipid). The frequency of detection is given with 83%. No control
group was included in this investigation. The authors postulate
positive/negative associations (linear trends) with the sums of blood
concentrations of several chemicals via multiple linear regression
analysis. No information is given on a potential activity of TBPH alone.
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