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1998, Vol. 70, Issue 9
Natural and Anthropogenic Environmental Oestrogens: the Scientific Basis for Risk Assessment

R.-P. Martin, J. Miyamoto, C. G. Wermuth and A. N. Wright
p. iv [Details]
Executive Summary
J. W. Jost
p. v [Details]
Endocrine disrupters as environmental signallers: an introduction
P. Preziosi
p. 1617 [Details] [Full text - pdf 392 kB]
Comparative physiology of the reproductive endocrine system in laboratory rodents and humans
A. N. Brooks
p. 1633 [Details] [Full text - pdf 328 kB]
Neurotransmitters and the control of hypophyseal gonadal functions: possible implications of endocrine disruptors
F. Piva and L. Martini
p. 1647 [Details] [Full text - pdf 236 kB]
Comparative reproductive physiology of non-mammalian species
A. Dawson
p. 1657 [Details] [Full text - pdf 311 kB]
Human and Environmental Health - Risk Assessment
Principles of risk assessment
I. F. H. Purchase and G. L. P. Randall
p. 1671 [Details] [Full text - pdf 348 kB]
Human Health Effects - Epidemiology
Environmental estrogens and male infertility
R. M. Sharpe
p. 1685 [Details] [Full text - pdf 431 kB]
Bias and confounding in studies of sperm counts
R. F. A. Weber and J. T. M. Vreeburg
p. 1703 [Details] [Full text - pdf 213 kB]
Breast cancer: evidence for xenoestrogen involvement in altering its incidence and risk
J. J. Li and S. A. Li
p. 1713 [Details] [Full text - pdf 253 kB]
Human Health - Effect Assessment
Structure/activity relationships
J. A. Dodge
p. 1725 [Details] [Full text - pdf 220 kB]
Issues associated with the validation of in vitro and in vivo methods for assessing endocrine disrupting chemicals
J. Ashby
p. 1735 [Details] [Full text - pdf 475 kB]
Human Health - Exposure Assessment
Metabolism and fate of xenoestrogens in man
J. G. Liehr, A. Somasunderam and D. Roy
p. 1747 [Details] [Full text - pdf 441 kB]
Naturally occurring oestrogens in food
W. Mazur and H. Adlercreutz
p. 1759 [Details] [Full text - pdf 563 kB]
Dietary phyto-oestrogens and cancer
S. Bingham
p. 1777 [Details] [Full text - pdf 152 kB]
Environmental Health Effects - Field Observations
Observations of endocrine effects in wildlife with evidence of their causation
G. Van Der Kraak
p. 1785 [Details] [Full text - pdf 215 kB]
Oestrogenic effects in fish in English rivers with evidence of their causation
C. Tyler and E. Routledge
p. 1795 [Details] [Full text - pdf 260 kB]
Environmental Health - Effect Assessment
Review of suggested testing methods for endocrine-disrupting chemicals
S. Jobling
p. 1805 [Details] [Full text - pdf 563 kB]
Environmental Exposure and Risk Assessment
Environmental exposure, species differences and risk assessment
J. Miyamoto and W. Klein
p. 1829 [Details] [Full text - pdf 410 kB]
Selected Case Studies
Estrogenic potency of nonylphenol in vivo - a case study to evaluate the relevance of human non-occupational exposure
S. Müller and C. Schlatter
p. 1847 [Details] [Full text - pdf 181 kB]
Clover phytoestrogens in sheep in Western Australia
N. R. Adams
p. 1855 [Details] [Full text - pdf 193 kB]
Conclusions and Recommendations
A. E. Fischli, Theophile Godfraind and I. F. H. Purchase
p. 1863 [Details] [Full text - pdf 93 kB]