These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Hahn S, et al. (2010).||Exposure to biocides from household products may contribute to induction of sensitization in the population.||Disinfectants||Germany||1,2-benzisothiazoline-3-one | 2-Propanol | Benzalkonium Compounds | Benzoates | bronopol | chloroacetamide | Chlorpyrifos | d,d-T80-prallethrin | Dichlorvos | Formaldehyde | Glutaral | Hydrogen Peroxide | phenoxyethanol | phoxim | picaridin | Sodium Hypochlorite | Thiazoles | trichloroisocyanuric acid | Triclosan | troclosene||Details|
|2.||Etter JF, et al. (2013).||About half of the e-liquids analyzed in this study contained acceptable levels of nicotine-related impurities, the nicotine content corresponded, in general, to the labels on the bottles and no diethylene glycol was found in a sample of some of the most popular brands of e-liquids.||tobacco||Nicotine||Switzerland||e-cigarette, liquid||alpha-nicotyrine | Anabasine | anatabine | Cotinine | myosmine | Nicotine | nornicotine||Details|