These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Wesselink AK, et al. (2016).||Pregnancy Study Online (PRESTO)||Total caffeine intake among males, but not females, was associated with fecundability, although the association was not monotonic; with respect to individual beverages, caffeinated black tea was associated with slight reductions among females, and caffeinated soda and energy drink were associated with reduced fecundability among males.||diet | sex||Caffeine||Study subjects||Canada|United States||beverage, caffeinated | tea, black||Caffeine||Details||female pregnancy|
|2.||Go YM, et al. (2015).||We examined quantification strategies to enhance the usefulness of high-resolution metabolomics data for cumulative exposome research; the results provide a simple reference standardization protocol in which individual chemical concentrations are estimated by comparison to a concurrently analyzed, pooled reference sample with known chemical concentrations.||Caffeine | Chlorobenzoates | chlorsulfuron | Cotinine | Fyrol PCF | hippuric acid | meobal | octylphenol | pirimicarb | Styrene||Study subjects||United States||plasma||Caffeine | Chlorobenzoates | chlorsulfuron | Cotinine | Fyrol PCF | hippuric acid | meobal | octylphenol | pirimicarb | Styrene||Details|
|3.||Yang H, et al. (2015).||Male Reproductive Health in Chongqing College students (MARHCS)||The primary objectives of the MARHCS study are to investigate the associations of male reproductive health in young adults with sociopsychobehavioral factors, as well as changes of environmental exposure due to the relocation from rural campus (in University Town) to metro-campus (in central downtown).||diet | tobacco||Caffeine | Tobacco Smoke Pollution||Study subjects||China||semen||Details||spermatogenesis | sperm motility|