The result show this method/ procedure to be a more efficient approach for the determination of BPA and BPAF
in real vinegar, presenting average recovery rate of 89.3-112 % and precision values of 0.9-13.5% (RSDs, n = 6).
Danny Ajoc, BPAF
federation chair, said Tubay claimed he felt offended that Abalo had taken his bowl of lugaw away without his permission.
The first is FKM-A, a lower fluorine BpAF
curable dipolymer, composed of vinylidene fluoride (VF2) and hexafluoropropylene (HFP).
No names were used; identification numbers were assigned to each BPAF
to maintain employee anonymity.
Possessing fluorine in place of six hydrogen atoms makes BPAF
behave differently than BPA, Yasuyuki Shimohigashi of Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan, and colleagues report online April 28 in Environmental Health Perspectives.
Based on this knowledge, the greater production and exposure to BPAF
in the environment, and the previous work that demonstrated BPAF
is more estrogenic than BPA, we hypothesized that greater disease burden of endometriosis will be observed with BPAF
treatment in comparison with BPA and vehicle treatments.
may be exposed to BPAF
through products used for dental sealants and composites, as well as food containers and films (Hashimoto et al.
The mechanism of BpAF
curing in fluoroelastomers was elucidated by Schmiegel (refs.
Several studies showed that BPS, BPF, and BPAF
exert estrogenic effects and partly exert antiandrogenic and thyroid-disrupting effects with potencies similar to or higher than that of BPA (e.g., Fic et al.
Of the BPA analogs, BPAF
significantly activated both mER[beta] isoform-mediated responses.
Recently, we discovered that these target genes are induced by bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol AF (BPAF
), a fluorinated derivative of BPA, and that the gene expression changes are compound specific (Li et al.
Estrogen-like activity is attributed to EDCs, such as bisphenol A (BPA), bisphenol AF (BPAF
), and zearalenone (Zea), but mechanisms of action and diversity of effects are poorly understood.