Wolff (1992), "Pesticides and Polychiorinated Biphenyl
Residues in Human Breast Lipids and Their Relations to Breast Cancer," Archives of Environmental Health, 47(1):143-146.
An Indiana capacitor-manufacturing cohort (n = 3,569) was exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs) from 1957 to 1977.
Ganey and Boyd (2005) used the bioremediation of polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs) as an example, which was an excellent choice.
(2002) have shown that Flemish adolescents exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs) and dioxins are more susceptible to infectious diseases.
Aroclors were evaluated at concentrations ranging from 0.04 to 2.5 [micro]g/well (250 [micro]L/well), and the dechlorination products were used at molar equivalent concentrations based on biphenyl
concentration is unaffected by dechlorination).
Keywords: Thin film, Biphenyl
(E7), Polarizing Optical Technique, Beer-Lambert's Law.
analogues, brine shrimp lethal bioassay, etoposide, cytotoxic
dopants, conformationally restricted (1-8) and unrestricted (9-19) biphenyl
core were investigated by using DFT studies, the computed data of dipole moment () and dihedral angle between two phenyl rings (Fig.
, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, polybrominated biphenyls
, phthalates, bisphenol-A and halogens such as fluoride, bromide and iodide can bind to thyroid hormone receptors and exert negative effects.
In utero polychlorinated biphenyl
exposures in relation to fetal and early childhood growth.
There is increasing global concern regarding the utilisation and discharge of polychlorinated biphenyl
(PCB) compounds into the environment.
The Allure[TM] Biphenyl
stationary phase employs this mechanism in retaining and resolving unsaturated compounds.