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Estimating exposure to PBDE-47 via air, food and dust using Monte Carlo methodsAcademic Article Why?
Human exposure to PBDEs: associations of PBDE body burdens with food consumption and house dust concentrations.Academic Article Why?
Webster, ThomasPerson Why?
Occupational exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and other flame retardant foam additives at gymnastics studios: Before, during and after the replacement of pit foam with PBDE-free foams.Academic Article Why?
Temporal variability of polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) serum concentrations over one year.Academic Article Why?
The Greater Boston PBDE Body Burden ProjectGrant Why?
Associations between PBDEs in office air, dust, and surface wipes.Academic Article Why?
Critical factors in assessing exposure to PBDEs via house dust.Academic Article Why?
Diet contributes significantly to the body burden of PBDEs in the general U.S. population.Academic Article Why?
Exposure to PBDEs in the Indoor EnvironmentAcademic Article Why?
Exposure to PBDEs in the Indoor EnvironmentAcademic Article Why?
Exposure to PBDEs in the Indoor EnvironmentAcademic Article Why?
Exposure to PBDEs in the office environment: evaluating the relationships between dust, handwipes, and serum.Academic Article Why?
Linking PBDEs in house dust to consumer products using X-ray fluorescence.Academic Article Why?
Personal exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in residential indoor air.Academic Article Why?
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