A large number of molecules of synthetic or even natural origin (endocrine disruptors or endocrine disrupting chemicals, EDCs)are able to bind hormone receptors thus potentially inter- fering with endocrine functions. In particular, EDCs may disrupt the development of the endocrine system with permanent effects. At first, studies on EDCs involved almost exclusively toxicological aspects, whereas the neuroendocrine and behavioural implications were less investigated.

EFFECTS OF ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS ON NEURAL CIRCUITS AND BEHAVIOUR

G. C. Panzica;B. Bonaldo;A. Farinetti;M. Marraudino;G. Ponti;S. Gotti
2020

Abstract

A large number of molecules of synthetic or even natural origin (endocrine disruptors or endocrine disrupting chemicals, EDCs)are able to bind hormone receptors thus potentially inter- fering with endocrine functions. In particular, EDCs may disrupt the development of the endocrine system with permanent effects. At first, studies on EDCs involved almost exclusively toxicological aspects, whereas the neuroendocrine and behavioural implications were less investigated.
29th National Conference of the Italian Group for the Study of Neuromorphology “Gruppo Italiano per lo Studio della Neuromorfologia” G.I.S.N.
Bari
15-16 Novembre 2019
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endocrine disruptors, brain, behaviour
G.C. Panzica, B. Bonaldo, A. Farinetti, M. Marraudino, G. Ponti, S. Gotti
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