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HCBP     1,2,4-trichloro-5-(2,4,5...

Synonyms: CHEMBL14377, PCB153, CB-153, CCRIS 9204, AG-F-20452, ...
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  • Although the difference of AhRag between European and Inuit men could not be explained by CB-153 or p,p'-DDE levels alone, we believe that the variation of AhR serum activity reflects different pattern of POP exposure, genetics and/or life style factors [6].

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