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2011 | 60 | 1-2 | 17-32
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Związki endokrynnie aktywne i ich aktywność biologiczna

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Endocrine disrupting compounds and its biological activity
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Zanieczyszczenie środowiska naturalnego związkami chemicznymi, pochodzącymi z przemysłu oraz rozwoju nowych technologii nieodłącznie związane jest z wykorzystaniem niebezpiecznych dla zdrowia ludzi substancji, takich jak: polichlorowane bifenyle, dioksyny, pestycydy, fungicydy, herbicydy, składniki wyrobów plastikowych, leki, substancje wykazujące działanie przeciwdrobnoustrojowe oraz przeciwogniowe. Tego rodzaju związki zaliczane są do grupy związków endokrynnie aktywnych (EDCs), mających zdolność modulacji aktywności układu hormonalnego oraz przyczyniających się do rozwoju anomalii reprodukcyjnych. Stąd, istnieje ogromna potrzeba monitorowania oraz ograniczenia niebezpiecznych związków chemicznych w wodach, glebie, powietrzu i żywności. W prezentowanej pracy przeglądowej ogólnie opisano wybrane grupy EDCs, metody ich detekcji oraz ich wpływ na system rozrodczy i metabolizm organizmów żywych.
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Contamination of environment with synthetic chemical compounds, originating from the industralisation and technological development, connected with widespread use of hazardous substances such as: pesticides, plasticizers, drugs, antimicrobials, and flame retardants effects on human health. These chemicals called endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs) can modulate the activity of endocrine system and result in developmental and reproductive abnormalities. So, there is a need of monitoring and limitation of such dangerous chemicals in food and water. In our review paper the characterization of selected EDCs is presented. Current methods of EDCs detection and potential impact of these compounds on reproductive system development and metabolism are also described.
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17-32
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2011
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  • Politechnika Białostocka, Wydział Budownictwa i Inżynierii Środowiska, Zakład Biologii Sanitarnej i Biotechnologii, Wiejska 45E, 15-351 Białystok, Polska
  • Politechnika Białostocka, Wydział Budownictwa i Inżynierii Środowiska, Zakład Biologii Sanitarnej i Biotechnologii, Wiejska 45E, 15-351 Białystok, Polska
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