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Disease Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects

These are exposure details associated with the disease and all of its children.



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  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Lyall K, et al. (2017). 2,2',3,3',4,4',5-heptachlorobiphenyl 1,144 Pregnant females second trimester of pregnancy United States prediction/hypothesis Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
2. Agay-Shay K, et al. (2015). 2,2',3',4,4',5-hexachlorobiphenyl 470 Children exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals in utero Spain positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
3. Robledo CA, et al. (2015). 2,4,4'-trichlorobiphenyl 234 Mothers United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
4. Lyall K, et al. (2017). 2,4,5,2',4',5'-hexachlorobiphenyl 1,144 Pregnant females second trimester of pregnancy United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
5. Casas M, et al. (2015). 2,4,5,2',4',5'-hexachlorobiphenyl 8,997 Pregnant females all 14 cohorts combined serum, cord 2,4,5,2',4',5'-hexachlorobiphenyl Belgium|Faroe Islands|France|Germany|Greece|Greenland|Norway|Poland|Slovakia|Spain|Ukraine positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
6. Verner MA, et al. (2015). 2,4,5,2',4',5'-hexachlorobiphenyl 98 Infants or newborns blood Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
7. Pedersen M, et al. (2012). Acrylamide 1,101 Fetuses blood, cord Acrylamide hemoglobin adduct Denmark|Greece|Norway|Spain|United Kingdom positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
8. Pedersen M, et al. (2012). Acrylamide 1,101 Pregnant females blood, cord Acrylamide hemoglobin adduct Denmark|Greece|Norway|Spain|United Kingdom positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
9. Chiu YH, et al. (2016). Air Pollutants 119 Fetuses females only air, ambient Particulate Matter 11.6 micrograms per cubic meter median PM2.5 United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
10. Lin CC, et al. (2014). Air Pollutants 533 Fetuses fetal exposure to non-methane hydrocarbons in second and third trimester air, ambient Hydrocarbons non-methane hydrocarbons Taiwan, Province of China positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
11. Lin CC, et al. (2014). Air Pollutants 533 Infants or newborns fetal exposure to sulfur dioxide in all trimesters air, ambient Sulfur Dioxide Taiwan, Province of China positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
12. Chiu YH, et al. (2016). Air Pollutants 148 Fetuses males only air, ambient Particulate Matter 11.2 micrograms per cubic meter median PM2.5 United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
13. Chiu YH, et al. (2016). Air Pollutants 267 Pregnant females air, ambient Particulate Matter 11.3 micrograms per cubic meter median PM2.5 United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
14. Lavigne É, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 2,350,898 Pregnant females air, ambient Particulate Matter Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
15. Lin CC, et al. (2014). Air Pollutants 533 Fetuses fetal exposure to sulfur dioxide in all trimesters air, ambient Sulfur Dioxide Taiwan, Province of China positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
16. Saenen ND, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 90 Infants or newborns Belgium positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
17. Lavigne É, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 2,350,898 Pregnant females air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
18. Clemente DB, et al. (2016). Air Pollutants 376 Pregnant females entire pregnancy Spain positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
19. Perera F, et al. (2008). Air Pollutants 217 Infants or newborns China positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
20. Chiu YH, et al. (2016). Air Pollutants 267 Fetuses all children air, ambient Particulate Matter 11.3 micrograms per cubic meter median PM2.5 United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
21. Porter TR, et al. (2014). Air Pollutants 412,937 Pregnant females United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
22. Lin CC, et al. (2014). Air Pollutants 533 Infants or newborns fetal exposure to non-methane hydrocarbons in second and third trimester air, ambient Hydrocarbons non-methane hydrocarbons Taiwan, Province of China positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
23. Scherb H, et al. (2013). Air Pollutants, Radioactive Mothers Cuba prediction/hypothesis Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
24. Scherb H, et al. (2013). Air Pollutants, Radioactive Mothers Russian Federation prediction/hypothesis Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
25. Gardner RM, et al. (2013). Arsenic 1,505 Pregnant females Exposed to Arsenic during pregnancy Bangladesh positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
26. Claus Henn B, et al. (2016). Arsenic 622 Mothers United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
27. Farzan SF, et al. (2013). Arsenic 214 Pregnant females urine Arsenicals United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
28. Gilbert-Diamond D, et al. (2016). Arsenic 706 Pregnant females United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
29. Rahman A, et al. (2011). Arsenic 1,552 Pregnant females urine Arsenicals Bangladesh positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
30. Rager JE, et al. (2017). Arsenic 59 Pregnant females blood, cord Mexico positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
31. Raqib R, et al. (2009). Arsenic 140 Pregnant females urine Arsenicals Bangladesh positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
32. Porter TR, et al. (2014). Benzene 412,937 Pregnant females United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
33. Agay-Shay K, et al. (2015). beta-hexachlorocyclohexane 470 Children exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals in utero Spain positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
34. Valvi D, et al. (2013). bisphenol A 402 Pregnant females 3rd trimester of pregnancy Spain positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
35. Perera F, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 198 Pregnant females girls and boys combined urine bisphenol A United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
36. Perera F, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 198 Fetuses girls and boys combined urine bisphenol A United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
37. Igra AM, et al. (2016). Boron 152 Pregnant females 3rd trimester serum Boron 3rd trimester Argentina positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
38. Gardner RM, et al. (2013). Cadmium 1,505 Pregnant females Exposed to Cadmium during pregnancy Bangladesh positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
39. Barr DB, et al. (2010). Carbofuran 148 Mothers United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
40. Amegah AK, et al. (2012). Charcoal 592 Infants or newborns Ghana positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
41. Hardell L, et al. (2003). Chlordan 44 Mothers case mothers with sons that have testicular cancer blood Chlordan 34 nanograms per gram lipid median sum Chlordanes, significant difference case mothers v. control mothers (p = 0.04) Sweden positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
42. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 57 Mothers mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
43. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 57 Subjects with disease:Fetal Growth Retardation mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
44. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 212 Subjects with disease:Fetal Growth Retardation mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada no correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
45. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 212 Subjects with gene influence:MTHFR mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada no correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
46. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 212 Mothers mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada no correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
47. Infante-Rivard C. (2004). Chloroform 57 Subjects with gene influence:CYP2E1 mothers were 66.9% WHI, 23.7% BLA, 4.8% ASI, 4.4% HIS Canada positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
48. Berkowitz GS, et al. (2004). Chlorpyrifos 404 Infants or newborns United States prediction/hypothesis Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
49. Berkowitz GS, et al. (2004). Chlorpyrifos 404 Pregnant females United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
50. Porter TR, et al. (2014). Coke 412,937 Pregnant females United States positive correlation Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
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