- The most exhaustive report is at the site of the Environmental Research Foundation, in Rachel's Weekly News, issues 750 to 753.
- Environmental Endocrine Disruptors on the site of Instant Reference Sources, who do Environmental Consulting, Expert Witness Testimony, Training, and Publishing.
- Environmental Estrogens and Other Hormones Center for Bioenvironmental Research at Tulane and Xavier Universities, New Orleans
- The EPA's statement about Endocrine Disruptors
- Guide to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals from World Wildlife Fund Canada
- Introduction to hormone disrupting chemicals
- New Studies Confirm Dangers of Atrazine on the site of the Natural Resources Defense Council
- Roundup Inhibits Steroidogenesis by Disrupting Steroidogenic Acute Regulatory (StAR) Protein Expression, by Lance P. Walsh, Chad McCormick, Clyde Martin, and Douglas M. Stocc. Environ Health Perspect 108:769-776 (2000). [Online 12 July 2000]. In particular, I noted it inhibits production of progesterone.
- Phenolic xenoestrogens are detoxified in the intestines through sulfation with phenol sulfuro transferase (PST), or through glucuronication with glucuronosyl transferase. However some xenoestrogens inhibit this process, according to a study at the Kyoritsu College of Pharmacy, in Japan. Effects of Phenolic Environmental Estrogens on the Sulfotransferase Activity of the Mouse Intestine and a Human Colon Carcinoma Cell Line, Caco-2 by Hiro-omi Tamura and Michio Matsui. Journal of Health Science (Pharmaceutical Society of Japan), Volume 47, Number 5, October 2001, 468.
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