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  1. Blood PCB, p, p'-DDE, and mirex levels in Great Lakes fish and waterfowl consumers in two Ontario communities.

    Article, Communication - En anglais

    Health Conference'97 - Great Lakes/St. Lawrence. Montréal, PQ, CAN, 1997/05/12.

    PCB, p, p'-DDE, and mirex levels were examined in blood plasma samples of 232 anglers from Cornwall and Mississauga, Ontario, in a pilot study to establish the feasibility and suitability of using a cohort of Ontario fish license holders for large-scale health studies.

    Great Lakes fish, waterfowl, and ocean fish consumption were examined as predictors of contaminant levels using regression analysis, with adjustment for age, gender, and community.

    Levels of Great Lakes fish and waterfowl consumption and contaminant levels were generally low in comparison with those observed in other Great Lakes studies.

    However, even within these low levels, Great Lakes fish consumption was associated with increased blood plasma PCB levels in men and mirex levels in both men and women.

    Waterfowl consumption was associated with higher plasma PCB (men and women), DDE (men only), and mirex levels (men and Cornwall women), and requires further exploration.

    We conclude that other study designs are required (to identify high consumers) for carrying out studies of health effects associated with high levels of Great Lakes fish and waterfowl consumption.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Biphényle(polychloro), Etude comparative, Produit dégradation, Gibier, Produit pêche, Chlore composé, Homme, Toxicité, Taux, Epidémiologie, Canada, Amérique du Nord, Amérique, Sang, Consommation alimentaire, Contamination, Pollution eau, Eau potable, Aliment, Chlore Composé organique, Organochloré, Corrélation, DDE, Mirex

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Polychlorobiphenyl, Comparative study, Degradation product, Game, Seafood, Chlorine compounds, Human, Toxicity, Rate, Epidemiology, Canada, North America, America, Blood, Food intake, Contamination, Water pollution, Drinking water, Food, Chlorine Organic compounds, Organochlorine compounds, Correlation, DDE, Mirex

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    Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique

    Cote : 99-0245326

    Code Inist : 002B03H. Création : 16/11/1999.