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NIEHS researchers led by Humphrey Yao found that embryos from a certain mouse strain have more birth defects after exposure to phthalates.
University of California San Diego grantees found that bacteria hosted by a marine sponge produce flame retardant-like compounds.
Epigenetics, Stem Cells, and Environmental Health Seminar and Workshop — Day 1