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    Do Phthalic Acid Esters Cause Endocrine Disruption?

    Moore, N. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Effects of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals on Freshwater Fish

    Sumpter, J. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals - Activities within the European Commission

    Part, P. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Biotransformation of Octylphenolxyacetic Acid (OplEC) in Aquifer Model System

    Wild, D. / Reinhard, M. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    An Improved in vitro Method for Detection of Androgenic and Anti-Androgenic Effects of Environmental Chemicals

    Vinggaard, A. M. / Larsen, J. C. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    New Methods for the Ultra Trace Analysis of Nonylphenol in Environmental Matrices

    Thiele, B. / Prast, H. / Gunther, K. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Cell Line Based in vitro Systems for Detection of Estrogenic Compounds in Fish

    Fent, K. / Ackermann, G. / Brombacher, E. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    The Occurrence of Alkyphenol Polyethoxy Carboxylates in Natural Waters, Waste Waters, and Sewage Sludge

    Field, J. A. / Reed, R. L. / Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    An Estimate of Sewage Treatment Effectiveness in Removing 17 beta-Estradiol

    Johnson, A. C. / Ulahannan, T. / Williams, R. J. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    TCDD Alters Melatonin Metabolism in Fish Hepatocytes

    Pesonen, M. / Vakkuri, O. / Korkalainen, M. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    The Use of Steroid Hormones in Examining Endocrine Disruption: An Interlaboratory Study

    McMaster, M. E. / Jardine, J. J. / Munkittrick, K. R. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Quantification of Substances with Estrogenic Activity in Effluents of Municipal and Industrial Sewage Treatment Plants

    Spengler, P. / Orth, C. / Kempter, C. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Estrogenic Substances Exhibit Differential Ligand Preferences, and Binding Affinities to Recombinant Human alpha and Rainbow Trout Estrogen Receptors

    Matthews, J. B. / Clemons, J. H. / Fertuck, K. C. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Behaviour and Occurrence of Estrogens in Municipal Sewage Treatment Plants

    Ternes, T. A. / Kreckel, P. / Mueller, J. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    In vitro Assays for Hormone Agonists and Antagonists: the E-SCREEN Assay

    Soto, A. M. / Sonnenschein, C. / Prechtl, N. V. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Identification of New Estrogenic Environmental Chemicals Using in vitro Assays

    Lascombe, I. / Beffa, D. / Diezi, J. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Bisphenol A and Nonylphenols in Human Umbilical Cords

    Takada, H. / Isobe, T. / Nakada, N. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Occurrence of Natural Estrogenic Hormones and Bisphenol A in Waste Water and in Environmental Matrices

    Belfroid, A. C. / van der Horst, A. / Rijs, G. B. J. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999

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