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the endocrine disruptors (EDs), which can influence the transmission of normal hormonal messages, simulating the real hormones or inhibiting their binding. Most of the EDs are human (industrial, agrotechnical, or communal) products; however, there are

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Hortobagyi T, Houmard J, Fraser D, Dudek D, Lambert J, Tracy J: Normal forces and myofibrillar disruption after eccentric exercise. J. Appl. Physiol. 84, 492–498 (1998) Tracy J. Normal

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catheter device (AngioJet) for the disruption of thrombi: an in-vitro study . Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 47 , 381 – 389 ( 1999 )

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-term administration of digoxin. Arch Sex Behav. 1980; 9: 343–347. 7 Langston N. Rachel Carson’s legacy: Endocrine disrupting chemicals and gender concerns. GAIA 2012; 21: 225

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.: Positive relationship between androgen and the endocrine disruptor, bisphenol A in normal women and women with ovarian dysfunction. Endocr. J., 2004, 51 , 165–169. Ikezuki Y. Positive

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: 280–283. 11 Csaba G. The crisis of the hormonal system: The health-effects of endocrine disruptors. [A hormonális rendszer válsága: az endokrin diszruptorok

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Virág Somogyi, Tamás L. Horváth, István Tóth, Tibor Bartha, László Vilmos Frenyó, Dávid Sándor Kiss, Gergely Jócsák, Annamária Kerti, Frederick Naftolin, and Attila Zsarnovszky

. , Martin , E. C. , Rhodes , L. V. , Li , M. , McLachlan , J. A. , Wiese , T. E. , Nephew , K. P. and Burow , M. E. ( 2012 ): Endocrine disruptor regulation of microRNA expression in breast carcinoma cells . PLoS One 7 , e32754

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disruption of the intestinal barrier allows increased penetration of normally excluded intraluminal substances that may promote intestinal disorders. In general, DON interferes with the normal functions of the mitochondria as it generates ROS, which can lead

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study. Front. Hum. Neurosci., 2016, 10 , 148. 4 Obermeier, B., Daneman, R., Ransohoff, R. M.: Development, maintenance and disruption of the blood

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