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Dietary and toxicity exposure of emerging persistent organic pollutants to human health through consumption of cereal crops from Pakistan

There is a lack of scientific literature regarding the bioaccumulation, dietary, and toxicity exposure of emerging persistent organic pollutants through food crops. The current mini-review presents the dietary intake, spatial distribution pattern, and screening-levels risk assessment of persistent..... Full description

Journal Title: Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 19 May 2017, Vol.23(4), pp.655-663
Main Author: Mehmood, Andleeb
Other Authors: Mahmood, Adeel , Eqani, Syed Ali Musstjab Akber Shah , Malik, Riffat Naseem , Fatima Rizvi, Zarrin , Li, Jun , Zhang, Gan , Ashraf, Aisha
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  • Mahmood, Adeel
  • Eqani, Syed Ali Musstjab Akber Shah
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  • Li, Jun
  • Zhang, Gan
  • Ashraf, Aisha
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  • Urban Environment
  • Human Health
  • Environmental Sciences
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description: There is a lack of scientific literature regarding the bioaccumulation, dietary, and toxicity exposure of emerging persistent organic pollutants through food crops. The current mini-review presents the dietary intake, spatial distribution pattern, and screening-levels risk assessment of persistent...
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