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Min Kyong Moon, In-Kyong Jeong, Tae Jung Oh, Hwa Young Ahn, Hwan Hee Kim, Young Joo Park, Hak Chul Jang and Kyong Soo Park

Introduction Bisphenol A (BPA) is a base material for the production of polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resin, and it is a widely used chemical ( Brotons et al . 1995 , Olea et al . 1996 ). BPA is a well-known endocrine disruptor and has a weak

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Qiong Lv, Rufei Gao, Chuan Peng, Juan Yi, Lulu Liu, Shumin Yang, Danting Li, Jinbo Hu, Ting Luo, Mei Mei, Ying Song, Chaodong Wu, Xiaoqiu Xiao and Qifu Li

compounds have been proved to be closely related to the morbidity of NAFLD ( Cave et al . 2010 , Vandenberg et al . 2012 ). Bisphenol A (BPA), one of the most studied EEDs, belongs to bisphenol compounds. BPA is widespread in human’s life, such as in

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Emily Panagiotidou, Sophia Zerva, Dimitra J Mitsiou, Michael N Alexis and Efthymia Kitraki

nonylphenol ( Chang et al . 2012 ) reportedly modified adrenal steroidogenesis and corticosterone secretion in animals' later life. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a selective modulator of estrogen receptors. It is utilized for the production of plastics and epoxy

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Shibin Ding, Ying Fan, Nana Zhao, Huiqin Yang, Xiaolei Ye, Dongliang He, Xin Jin, Jian Liu, Chong Tian, Hongyu Li, Shunqing Xu and Chenjiang Ying

Introduction The prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is increasing worldwide, which makes this metabolic disease a severe threat to health ( Guariguata et al . 2011 ). Accumulating evidence indicates that bisphenol A (BPA, 2,2- bis -(4

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Lydie Naulé, Marie Picot, Mariangela Martini, Caroline Parmentier, Hélène Hardin-Pouzet, Matthieu Keller, Isabelle Franceschini and Sakina Mhaouty-Kodja

Introduction Bisphenol A (BPA) is one of the most abundant endocrine disrupters. It is used in epoxy resins and a wide variety of polycarbonate containers for the storage of foods and beverages. Environmental and health concerns about the extensive

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Jie Wei, Xia Sun, Yajie Chen, Yuanyuan Li, Liqiong Song, Zhao Zhou, Bing Xu, Yi Lin and Shunqing Xu

). Exposure to nitrosamines and nicotine has also been found to play critical roles in the pathogenesis of NAFLD ( Tong et al . 2009 , Azzalini et al . 2010 , Friedman et al . 2012 ). Bisphenol A (BPA) is a well-known environmental endocrine disrupting

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Shiyun Tong, Shumin Yang, Ting Li, Rufei Gao, Jinbo Hu, Ting Luo, Hua Qing, Qianna Zhen, Renzhi Hu, Xuan Li, Yi Yang, Chuan Peng and Qifu Li

). Understanding the pathological mechanism of CKD is important to provide strategies for its prevention and cure. Bisphenol A is a widely used organic compound for industrial products, such as plastic bottles and food containers. In cases of high temperatures or

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Xiaoli Wang, Fei Chang, Yinyang Bai, Fang Chen, Jun Zhang and Ling Chen

Introduction The environmental estrogenic chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) is an industrial monomer used in the production of polycarbonates and epoxy resins. There is considerable potential for human exposure to this compound from the lining of food cans

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Raquel Moral, Richard Wang, Irma H Russo, Coral A Lamartiniere, Julia Pereira and Jose Russo

-disrupting chemicals might have potential adverse effects on hormone-sensitive organs such as the breast. Bisphenol A (BPA) is used in the manufacture of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins that are found in a wide variety of common products including reusable food

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Lucas Monje, Jorgelina Varayoud, Enrique H Luque and Jorge G Ramos

Introduction Bisphenol A (BPA), one of the most common environmental endocrine disruptors with estrogenic properties, is widely employed in the manufacture of plastics used in food packaging, dental composites, and sealants ( Olea