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Volume 31, Number 2, April 2008

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Author index
pp. i-i(1)

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Keyword index
pp. ii-ii(1)

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Proceedings of the 4th Copenhagen Workshop on Endocrine Disrupters, 28–31 May 2007
pp. 73-73(1)
Authors: Andersson, A.-M.; Bay, K.; Grigor, K. M.; Toppari, J.; Skakkebæk, N. E.

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Adverse trends in male reproductive health: we may have reached a crucial ‘tipping point’
pp. 74-80(7)
Authors: Andersson, A.-M.; Jørgensen, N.; Main, K. M.; Toppari, J.; Meyts, E. Rajpert-De; Leffers, H.; Juul, A.; Jensen, T. K.; Skakkebæk, N. E.

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Declining trends in conception rates in recent birth cohorts of native Danish women: a possible role of deteriorating male reproductive health
pp. 81-92(12)
Authors: Jensen, Tina Kold; Sobotka, Tomáš; Hansen, Martin A.; Pedersen, Anette Tønnes; Lutz, Wolfgang; Skakkebæk, Niels E.

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Semen quality in sub-fertile range for a significant proportion of young men from the general German population: a co-ordinated, controlled study of 791 men from Hamburg and Leipzig
pp. 93-102(10)
Authors: Paasch, Uwe; Salzbrunn, Andrea; Glander, Hans Juergen; Plambeck, Kai; Salzbrunn, Harald; Grunewald, Sonja; Stucke, Julia; Skakkebæk, Niels E.; Jørgensen, Niels

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The origins and time of appearance of focal testicular dysgenesis in an animal model of testicular dysgenesis syndrome: evidence for delayed testis development?
pp. 103-111(9)
Authors: Hutchison, Gary R.; Sharpe, Richard M.; Mahood, I. Kim; Jobling, Matt; Walker, Marion; McKinnell, Chris; Mason, J. Ian; Scott, Hayley M.

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Urinary excretion of phthalates and paraben after repeated whole-body topical application in humans
pp. 118-130(13)
Authors: Janjua, Nadeem Rezaq; Frederiksen, Hanne; Skakkebæk, Niels E.; Wulf, Hans Christian; Andersson, Anna-Maria

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Phthalates: metabolism and exposure
pp. 131-138(8)
Authors: Wittassek, Matthias; Angerer, Jürgen

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Factors affecting the evaluation of biomonitoring data for human exposure assessment
pp. 139-143(5)
Authors: Calafat, Antonia M.; Needham, Larry L.

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Developmental toxicity of UV filters and environmental exposure: a review
pp. 144-151(8)
Authors: Schlumpf, Margret; Durrer, Stefan; Faass, Oliver; Ehnes, Colin; Fuetsch, Michaela; Gaille, Catherine; Henseler, Manuel; Hofkamp, Luke; Maerkel, Kirsten; Reolon, Sasha; Timms, Barry; Tresguerres, Jesus A. F.; Lichtensteiger, Walter

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Brominated flame retardants as possible endocrine disrupters
pp. 152-160(9)
Author: Darnerud, P. O.

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Emerging endocrine disrupters: perfluoroalkylated substances
pp. 161-169(9)
Authors: Jensen, Allan Astrup; Leffers, Henrik

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Endocrine-disrupting properties in vivo of widely used azole fungicides
pp. 170-177(8)
Authors: Taxvig, C.; Vinggaard, A. M.; Hass, U.; Axelstad, M.; Metzdorff, S.; Nellemann, C.

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Diverse mechanisms of anti-androgen action: impact on male rat reproductive tract development
pp. 178-187(10)
Authors: Wilson, Vickie S.; Blystone, Chad R.; Hotchkiss, Andrew K.; Rider, Cynthia V.; Gray, L. Earl

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Endocrine effects of polycyclic musks: do we smell a rat?
pp. 188-193(6)
Authors: van der Burg, Bart; Schreurs, Richard; van der Linden, Sander; Seinen, Willem; Brouwer, Abraham; Sonneveld, Edwin

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Bisphenol-A disruption of the endocrine pancreas and blood glucose homeostasis
pp. 194-200(7)
Authors: Ropero, A. B.; Alonso-Magdalena, P.; García-García, E.; Ripoll, C.; Fuentes, E.; Nadal, A.

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Effects of endocrine disruptors on obesity
pp. 201-208(8)
Authors: Newbold, Retha R.; Padilla-Banks, Elizabeth; Jefferson, Wendy N.; Heindel, Jerrold J.

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Thyroid disrupting chemicals: mechanisms and mixtures
pp. 209-223(15)
Author: Crofton, Kevin M.

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Combined exposure to anti-androgens causes markedly increased frequencies of hypospadias in the rat
pp. 241-248(8)
Authors: Christiansen, S.; Scholze, M.; Axelstad, M.; Boberg, J.; Kortenkamp, A.; Hass, U.

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A mixture of seven antiandrogens induces reproductive malformations in rats
pp. 249-262(14)
Authors: Rider, Cynthia V.; Furr, Johnathan; Wilson, Vickie S.; Gray, L. Earl

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Developmental effects: oestrogen-induced vaginal changes and organotin-induced adipogenesis
pp. 263-268(6)
Authors: Iguchi, T.; Watanabe, H.; Ohta, Y.; Blumberg, B.

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Toxicity of ethylene glycol monomethyl ether: impact on testicular gene expression
pp. 269-274(6)
Authors: Bagchi, Gargi; Waxman, David J.

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Testicular dysgenesis syndrome and the origin of carcinoma in situ testis
pp. 275-287(13)
Authors: Sonne, Si Brask; Kristensen, David Møbjerg; Novotny, Guy W.; Olesen, Inge Ahlmann; Nielsen, John E.; Skakkebæk, Niels E.; Rajpert-De Meyts, Ewa; Leffers, Henrik

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Neoplasia as development gone awry: the role of endocrine disruptors
pp. 288-293(6)
Authors: Soto, Ana M.; Maffini, Maricel V.; Sonnenschein, Carlos

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