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Parabens and triclosan in shellfish from Shenzhen coastal waters: Bioindication of pollution and human health risks.

Tytuł :
Parabens and triclosan in shellfish from Shenzhen coastal waters: Bioindication of pollution and human health risks.
Autorzy :
Lu, Shaoyou
Wang, Ning
Ma, Shengtao
Hu, Xing
Kang, Li
Yu, Yingxin
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Temat :
TRICLOSAN
PARABENS
TERRITORIAL waters
HEALTH risk assessment
HIGH performance liquid chromatography
Źródło :
Environmental Pollution; Mar2019, Vol. 246, p257-263, 7p
Czasopismo naukowe
Abstract This work aimed to determine the concentrations of parabens and triclosan (TCS) in shellfish from coastal waters of Shenzhen, South China. A method of isotope dilution with high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS) was used to determine TCS and five paraben analogues, including methyl paraben (MeP), ethyl paraben (EtP), propyl paraben (PrP), butyl paraben (BuP), and benzyl paraben (BeP), in 186 shellfish samples covering eight species. Concentrations of parabens and TCS were 0.13–25.5 ng/g wet weight (ww) and 7 ng/kg bw/day) and TCS (200 ng/kg bw/day), indicating no significant human health risks from shellfish consumption in the studied region. To our knowledge, this is the first report on the occurrences of parabens and TCS in shellfish products from Shenzhen coastal waters. Graphical abstract Image 1 Highlights • Levels of parabens and triclosan in shellfish from Shenzhen coastal waters. • Positive relationships among MeP, PrP, EtP, and TCS indicated similar sources. • The EDI values of parabens and TCS were much lower than the ADI values. • No significant human health risks via shellfish consumption were demonstrated. Levels of parabens and triclosan in shellfish collected from Shenzhen coastal waters indicated human influences and no human health risks via shellfish consumption. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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