Measurement of Organophosphate Metabolites in Postpartum Meconium as a Potential Biomarker of Prenatal Exposure: A Validation Study

Whyatt, Robin M.
April 2001
Environmental Health Perspectives;Apr2001, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p141
Academic Journal
Examines the organophosphate metabolites in postpartum meconium in prenatal exposure. Existence of organophosphate metabolites in meconium; Recovery of each analyte through isotope dilution; Implications on the capability of organophosphate metabolites in meconium as biomarkers of prenatal exposure.


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