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  1. Levels of PCDD/PCDF in blood fat as indices of the PCDD/PCDF body burden in humans.

    Article, Communication - En anglais

    European Meeting of Environmental Hygiene. Prague (CZE), 1995/06/27.

    The levels of PCDD/F in blood fat are similar to those in body fat and in milk fat of lactating women.

    Therefore, the levels of PCDD/F in blood fat can be used as an index of the individual PCDD/F body burden in humans.

    In order to evaluate the PCDD/F background exposure levels of the German population, blood samples collected from 95 subjects (age 12-82 years) living in a rural area of North-West Germany were analysed for PCDD/F. The median 2,3,7,8-TCDD toxicity equivalents (TE) were 40.8 pg I-TE/g blood fat and the 95th percentile was 82.1 pg I-TE/g blood fat.

    The TE levels in blood fat show a marked increase with age, which reflects the pronounced accumulation of PCDD/F in the human body throughout the entire lifetime.

    Considering single congeners, significant differences in the age-related increase were noted.

    Using age-specific reference values derived from this study the levels of PCDD/F in blood fat of individuals environmentally exposed to PCDD/F under different circumstances were evaluated.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Accumulation biologique, Surveillance biologique, Globule lipidique, Sang total, Liquide biologique, Lait maternel, Homme, Polluant, Dibenzo-p-dioxine(polychloro), Dibenzofurane(polychloro), Chlore Composé organique, Allemagne, Europe, Zone rurale, Evaluation risque, Analyse corrélation, Age, Poids corporel

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Biological accumulation, Biological monitoring, Fat globule, Whole blood, Biological fluid, Breast milk, Human, Pollutant, Chlorine Organic compounds, Germany, Europe, Rural area, Risk assessment, Correlation analysis, Age, Body weight

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    Cote : 97-0004176

    Code Inist : 002B03L06. Création : 21/05/1997.