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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 109, Supplement 103, 1 July 2001

Foreword
pp. i-i(1)
Authors: Andersson, Anna‐Maria; Grigor, Kenneth M.; Meyts, Ewa Rajpert; Leffers, Henrik; Skakkebæk, Niels E.

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From malformations to molecular mechanisms in the male: three decades of research on endocrine disrupters
pp. S1-S11(11)
Authors: McLACHLAN, JOHN A.; NEWBOLD, RETHA R.; BUROW, MATTHEW E.; LI, SHUAN FANG

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GENERAL DISCUSSION TRENDS IN BREAST CANCERr
pp. S112-S113(2)
Authors: Lynge, Elsebeth; Fink‐Gremmels, Johanna

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Disorders linked to insufficient androgen action in male children
pp. S114-S123(10)
Authors: Sultan, Charles; Paris, Françoise; Terouanne, Beatrice; Balaguer, Patrick; Georget, Virginie; Poujol, Nicolas; Jeandel, Claire; Lumbroso, Serge; Nicolas, Jean‐Claude

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The effects of oestrogens on linear bone growth
pp. S124-S134(11)
Author: Juul, Anders

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Sexual precocity after immigration from developing countries to Belgium: evidence of previous exposure to organochlorine pesticides
pp. S135-S143(9)
Authors: Krstevska‐Konstantinova, M.; Charlier, C.; Craen, M.; Caju, M.; Heinrichs, C.; Beaufort, C.; Plomteux, G.; Bourguignon, J.P.

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Pathogenesis and epidemiology of precocious puberty. Effects of exogenous oestrogens
pp. S144-S155(12)
Authors: Partsch, C.‐J.; Sippell, W.G.

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Age of puberty: Data from the United States of America
pp. S156-S163(8)
Authors: LEE, PETER A.; GUO, SHUMEI S.; KULIN, HOWARD E.

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Trends in pubertal development in Europe
pp. S164-S170(7)
Authors: Keizer‐Schrama, S.M.P.F.de Muinck; Mul, D.

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Causes of juvenile obesity: Clues from epidemiology
pp. S171-S173(3)
Author: SØRENSEN, THORKILD I. A.

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GENERAL DISCUSSION: DISORDERS OF PUBERTY AND JUVENILE OBESITY
pp. S174-S177(4)
Author: Grumbach, Melvin

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A re‐examination of variation associated with environmentally stressed organisms
pp. S178-S186(9)
Authors: Orlando, F. Edward; Guillette, J. Louis

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Hormones and endocrine disrupters in aquatic environment
pp. S187-S188(2)
Author: MATTHIESSEN, PETER

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Human exposure to endocrine disrupters: Standardisation of a marker of estrogenic exposure in adipose tissue
pp. S189-S202(14)
Authors: RIVAS, ANA; FERNANDEZ, MARIANA F.; CERRILLO, ISABEL; IBARLUZEA, JESÚS; OLEA‐SERRANO, M. FÁTIMA; PEDRAZA, VICENTE; OLEA, NICOLÁS

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Accidental gynecomastia in children
pp. S203-S209(7)
Authors: CHIUMELLO, GIUSEPPE; GUARNERI, MARIA PIA; RUSSO, GIANNI; STROPPA, LAURA; SGARAMELLA, PAOLA

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Testicular dysgenesis syndrome: an increasingly common developmental disorder with environmental aspects
pp. S22-S30(9)
Authors: Skakkebaek, N‐E.; Meyts, E. Rajpert; Main, K.M.

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Adverse effects of exposure to agropesticides on male reproduction
pp. S233-S242(10)
Authors: BUSTOS‐OBREGÓN, EDUARDO

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GENERAL DISCUSSION: EFFECTS OF HORMONE DISRUPTERS IN MAN AND WILDLIFE
pp. S254-S260(7)
Author: Grandjean, Philippe

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Effects of phthalate esters on the developing reproductive tract of male rats
pp. S272-S277(6)
Authors: Foster, P.M.D.; Mylchreest, E.; Gaido, K.W.; Sar, M.

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Altered prostate growth and daily sperm production in male mice exposed prenatally to subclinical doses of 17α‐ethinyl oestradiol
pp. S278-S288(11)
Authors: Thayer, K.A.; Ruhlen, R.L.; Howdeshell, K.L.; Buchanan, D.L.; Cooke, P.S.; Preziosi, D.; Welshons, W.V.; Haseman, J.; Saal, F.S.

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Genetic variation in physiological sensitivity to estrogen in mice
pp. S289-S297(9)
Authors: SPEAROW, JIMMY L.; O'HENLEY, PETER; DOEMENY, PAUL; SERA, ROBYN; LEFFLER, RACHAEL; SOFOS, TAKI; BARKLEY, MARYLYNN

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Reassessment of models used to test xenobiotics for oestrogenic potency is overdue
pp. S298-S301(4)
Authors: Spearow, L. Jimmy; Barkley, Marylynn

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Effects of environmental antiandrogens on reproductive development in experimental animals
pp. S302-S319(18)
Authors: Gray, L.E.; Ostby, J.; Furr, J.; Wolf, C.J.; Lambright, C.; Parks, L.; Veeramachaneni, D.N.; Wilson, V.; Price, M.; Hotchkiss, A.; Orlando, E.; Guillette, L.

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Long‐term effects on male reproduction of early exposure to common chemical contaminants in drinking water
pp. S320-S329(10)
Authors: Veeramachaneni, D.N.R.; Palmer, J.S.; Amann, R.P.

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A new method to measure phthalate exposure in humans
pp. S330-S331(2)
Authors: BROCK, JOHN W.; SILVA, MANORI J.; MALEK, NICOLE A.; HODGE, CAROLYN C.; BLOUNT, BEN C.

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GENERAL DISCUSSION NEW OECD GUIDELINES FOR ANIMAL TOXICITY: ARE THEY ADEQUATE?
pp. S332-S335(4)
Authors: Foster, Paul; Gray, L. Earl

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Residues from anabolic preparations after _good veterinary practice
pp. S345-S356(12)
Authors: HENRICKS, D. M.; GRAY, S. L.; OWENBY, J. J.; LACKEY, B. R.

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Hormones in meat: different approaches in the EU and in the USA
pp. S357-S364(8)
Author: STEPHANY, RAINER W

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Assessment of estradiol and its metabolites in meat
pp. S365-S372(8)
Authors: MAUME, D.; DECEUNINCK, Y.; POUPONNEAU, K.; PARIS, A.; BIZEC, B.; ANDRÉ, F.

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Possible health impact of animal oestrogens in food
pp. S386-S401(16)
Authors: Daxenberger, Andreas; Ibarreta, Dolores; Meyer, Heinrich H.D.

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Possible health impact of phytoestrogens and xenoestrogens in food
pp. S402-S425(24)
Authors: IBARRETA, DOLORES; DAXENBERGER, ANDREAS; MEYER, HEINRICH H. D.

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Genotoxic potential of xenobiotic growth promoters and their metabolites
pp. S426-S432(7)
Authors: METZLER, MANFRED; PFEIFFER, ERIKA

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The birth rate of hypospadias in the Turku area in Finland
pp. S43-S47(5)
Authors: VIRTANEN, H. E.; KALEVA, M.; HAAVISTO, A.‐M.; SCHMIDT, I. M.; CHELLAKOOTY, M.; MAIN, K. M.; SKAKKEBAEK, N. E.; TOPPARI, J.

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Uterotrophic effect of a saturated fatty acid 17‐ester of estradiol‐17β administered orally to juvenile rats
pp. S433-S443(11)
Authors: PARIS, ALAIN; GOUTAL, ISABELLE; RICHARD, JACQUES; BÉCRET, ANNIE; GUÉRAUD, FRANÇOISE

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Exposure levels of endocrine disruptors in Nordic Countries
pp. S461-S462(2)
Author: LARSEN, JOHN CHR.

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Oestrogenic potencies of Zeranol, oestradiol, diethylstilboestrol, Bisphenol‐A and genistein: implications for exposure assessment of potential endocrine disrupters
pp. S463-S472(10)
Authors: Leffers, Henrik; Næsby, Michael; Vendelbo, Brian; Skakkebæk, Niels E.; Jørgensen, Marianne

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Semen quality and male reproductive health: the controversy about human sperm concentration decline
pp. S48-S61(14)
Authors: JOUANNET, PIERRE; WANG, CHRISTINA; EUSTACHE, FLORENCE; KOLD‐JENSEN, TINA; AUGER, JACQUES

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Estrogenic activity of estradiol and its metabolites in the ER‐CALUX assay with human T47D breast cells
pp. S480-S486(7)
Authors: HOOGENBOOM, L. A. P.; HAAN, L.; HOOIJERINK, D.; BOR, G.; MURK, A. J.; BROUWER, A.

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GENERAL DISCUSSION: HORMONES IN FOOD: THEIR DETECTION AND BIOMARKERS OF EXPOSURE
pp. S487-S489(3)
Authors: Andersson, Anna‐Maria; André, Francois

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Studying endocrine disrupter action and toxicology in ER knock‐out mice
pp. S490-S492(3)
Authors: KORACH, K. S.; COUSE, J. F.; BOCCHINFUSO, W. P.; CURTIS, S. W.; LINDZEY, J.

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Neonatal exposure to potent and environmental oestrogens and abnormalities of the male reproductive system in the rat: evidence for importance of the androgen‐oestrogen balance and assessment of the relevance to man
pp. S493-S504(12)
Authors: Williams, K.; McKinnell, C.; Saunders, P.T.K.; Walker, M.; Fisher, J.S.; Turner, K.J.; Atanassova, N.; Sharpe, R.M.

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Hydroxylated PCBs (OH‐PCBs) as potential endocrine disrupters ‐ exposures and toxic effects
pp. S505-S505(1)
Authors: BERGMAN, Å.; BROUWER, A.; HAGMAR, L.; MEERTS, I.; SJÖDIN, A.

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Endocrine disruptors and children's sex‐dimorphic behaviour
pp. S506-S507(2)
Authors: SANDBERG, D. E.; VENA, J. E.; MEYER‐BAHLBURG, H. F. L.; BEEHLER, G.; SWANSON, M.; WEINER, J.

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Phytoestrogens and carcinogenesis—differential effects of genistein in experimental models of normal and malignant rat endometrium
pp. S508-S518(11)
Authors: Diel, Patrick; Smolnikar, Kai; Schulz, Thorsten; Laudenbach‐Leschowski, Ute; Michna, Horst; Vollmer, Günter

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Threshold analysis of selected dose‐resmnse data for endocrine active chemicals
pp. S528-S539(12)
Authors: BLAIR, ROBERT M.; FANG, HONG; GAYLOR, DAVID; SHEEHAN, DANIEL M.

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Tissue‐specific expression pattern of estrogen receptors (ER): Quantification of ERα and ERβ mRNA with real‐time RT‐PCR
pp. S540-S550(11)
Authors: PFAFFL, M. W.; LANGE, I. G.; DAXENBERGER, A.; MEYER, H. H. D.

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GENERAL DISCUSSION: EXISTING GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF MEAT HORMONES AND OTHER FOOD ADDITIVES IN EUROPE AND USA
pp. S551-S556(6)
Authors: Jégou, Bernard; Soto, Ana; Sundlof, Stephen; Stephany, Rainer; Meyer, Heinrich; Leffers, Henrik

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Concluding remarks: Epidemiology of human disorders
pp. S557
Author: Möller, Henrik

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Concluding remarks: Clinical Aspects
pp. S559-S562(4)
Author: Pescovitz, Ora

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Concluding remarks: Toxicological aspects
pp. S562-S563(2)
Author: Foster, Paul

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Concluding remarks: Basic aspects
pp. S563-S565(3)
Author: Jégou, Bernard

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Author index
pp. S566-S567(2)

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Subject index
pp. S568-S571(4)

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Regional differences in semen quality in Europe
pp. S62-S69(8)
Authors: Jorgensen, Niels; Andersen, Anne‐Grethe; Eustache, Florence; Irvine, D. Stewart; Suominen, Jyrki; Petersen, Jørgen Holm; Andersen, Anders Nyboe; Auger, Jacques; Cawood, Elizabeth H.H.; Horte, Antero; Jensen, Tina Kold; Jouannet, Pierre; Keiding, Niels; Vierula, Matti; Toppari, Jorma; Skakkebßk, Niels E.

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Temporal changes in the last 50 years of testis‐weight indicate subtle male reproductive disorders in Japan
pp. S70-S71(2)
Authors: MORI, CHISATO; HAMAMATSU, AKIHIKO; FUKATA, HIDEKI; KOH, YOSHINORI; NAKAMURA, NORIKO; YAMABE, HIROHIKO; TAKEICHI, SANAE; KUSAKABE, TAKAHIKO; SAITO, TAKESHI; MORITA, MASOTOSHI; TANIHARA, SHINICHI; KAYAMA, FUJIO; SHIYOMI, MASAE; YOSHIMURA, JIN; SAGISAKA, KAORU

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Semen quality of Japanese fertile men: A study of partners of pregnant women
pp. S72-S73(2)
Authors: IWAMOTO, T.; HOSHINO, T.; NISHIDA, T.; BABA, K.; MATSUSHITA, K.; KANEKO, S.; IZUNO, T.; YOSHIIKE, M.; NOZAWA, S.; SUGITA, M.

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GENERAL DISCUSSION: TRENDS IN MALE REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS
pp. S74-S79(6)
Authors: Swan, Shanna; Jørgensen, Niels

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Epidemiology of breast cancer: an environmental disease?
pp. S80-S92(13)
Author: SASCO, ANNIE J.

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Carcinogenicity of estrogens in human breast epithelial cells
pp. S95-S111(17)
Authors: RUSSO, JOSE; HU, YUN FU; TAHIN, QUIVO; MIHAILA, DANA; SLATER, CAROLYN; LAREEF, M. HASAN; RUSSO, IRMA H.

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