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articleAraki, Atsuko; Mitsui, Takahiko; Miyashita, Chihiro; Nakajima, Tamie; Naito, Hisao; Ito, Sachiko; Sasaki, Seiko; Cho, Kazutoshi; Ikeno, Tamiko; Nonomura, Katsuya; Kishi, ReikoAssociation between Maternal Exposure to di(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate and Reproductive Hormone Levels in Fetal Blood: The Hokkaido Study on Environment and Children's Health-PLOS ONE-Oct-2014
articleKishi, Reiko; Nakajima, Tamie; Goudarzi, Houman; Kobayashi, Sachiko; Sasaki, Seiko; Okada, Emiko; Miyashita, Chihiro; Itoh, Sachiko; Araki, Atsuko; Ikeno, Tamiko; Iwasaki, Yusuke; Nakazawa, HiroyukiThe Association of Prenatal Exposure to Perfluorinated Chemicals with Maternal Essential and Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids during Pregnancy and the Birth Weight of Their Offspring : The Hokkaido Study-Environmental Health Perspectives-Oct-2015
article (author version)Minatoya, Machiko; Nakajima, Sonomi; Sasaki, Seiko; Araki, Atsuko; Miyashita, Chihiro; Ikeno, Tamiko; Nakajima, Tamie; Goto, Yuko; Kishi, ReikoEffects of prenatal phthalate exposure on thyroid hormone levels, mental and psychomotor development of infants : The Hokkaido Study on Environment and Children's Health-Science of The Total Environment-15-Sep-2016
article (author version)Araki, Atsuko; Mitsui, Takahiko; Goudarzi, Houman; Nakajima, Tamie; Miyashita, Chihiro; Itoh, Sachiko; Sasaki, Seiko; Cho, Kazutoshi; Moriya, Kimihiko; Shinohara, Nobuo; Nonomura, Katsuya; Kishi, ReikoPrenatal di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate exposure and disruption of adrenal androgens and glucocorticoids levels in cord blood : The Hokkaido Study-Science of The Total Environment-1-Mar-2017
article (author version)Minatoya, Machiko; Araki, Atsuko; Miyashita, Chihiro; Sasaki, Seiko; Goto, Yuko; Nakajima, Tamie; Kishi, ReikoPrenatal di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate exposure and cord blood adipokine levels and birth size : The Hokkaido study on environment and children's health-Science of The Total Environment-1-Feb-2017
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