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Study Concludes BPA Accumulates more Rapidly within the Body than Previously Thought

4:37 AM MDT | June 7, 2011 | Alex Scott

A study from the University of Missouri (Columbia, MO) has concluded that exposure of bisphenol A (BPA) through diet may be under estimated. In the study, Cheryl Rosenfeld, associate professor in biomedical sciences and Bond Life Sciences investigator, identified that there is a relatively higher absorption and accumulation of BPA in the blood of mice when they receive a steady diet supplemented with BPA, when compared with the common lab method of single exposure.   This is the first study to examine concentrations of BPA in any animal models...

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