Andreas Kortenkamp
Andreas Kortenkamp
Professor
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Something from “nothing”− eight weak estrogenic chemicals combined at concentrations below NOECs produce significant mixture effects
E Silva, N Rajapakse, A Kortenkamp
Environmental science & technology 36 (8), 1751-1756, 2002
8432002
State of the science of endocrine disrupting chemicals 2012
Å Bergman, JJ Heindel, S Jobling, K Kidd, TR Zoeller, ...
World Health Organization, 2013
5792013
Ten years of mixing cocktails: a review of combination effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals
A Kortenkamp
Environmental health perspectives 115 (Suppl 1), 98-105, 2007
5032007
Combining xenoestrogens at levels below individual no-observed-effect concentrations dramatically enhances steroid hormone action.
N Rajapakse, E Silva, A Kortenkamp
Environmental health perspectives 110 (9), 917-921, 2002
4972002
Mixtures of four organochlorines enhance human breast cancer cell proliferation.
J Payne, M Scholze, A Kortenkamp
Environmental Health Perspectives 109 (4), 391-397, 2001
2402001
State of the art report on mixture toxicity
A Kortenkamp, T Backhaus, M Faust
Contract 70307 (2007485103), 94-103, 2009
2392009
Prediction and assessment of the effects of mixtures of four xenoestrogens.
J Payne, N Rajapakse, M Wilkins, A Kortenkamp
Environmental health perspectives 108 (10), 983-987, 2000
2372000
Estimating burden and disease costs of exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals in the European Union
L Trasande, RT Zoeller, U Hass, A Kortenkamp, P Grandjean, JP Myers, ...
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 100 (4), 1245-1255, 2015
2252015
Synergistic disruption of external male sex organ development by a mixture of four antiandrogens
S Christiansen, M Scholze, M Dalgaard, AM Vinggaard, M Axelstad, ...
Environmental health perspectives 117 (12), 1839-1846, 2009
2202009
The impact of endocrine disruption: a consensus statement on the state of the science
Å Bergman, JJ Heindel, T Kasten, KA Kidd, S Jobling, M Neira, RT Zoeller, ...
Environmental health perspectives 121 (4), a104-a106, 2013
2102013
Low dose mixture effects of endocrine disrupters: implications for risk assessment and epidemiology
A Kortenkamp
International journal of andrology 31 (2), 233-240, 2008
2042008
Evidence of estrogenic mixture effects on the reproductive performance of fish
JV Brian, CA Harris, M Scholze, A Kortenkamp, P Booy, M Lamoree, ...
Environmental science & technology 41 (1), 337-344, 2007
2042007
Do cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs discharged into rivers pose a risk to the environment and human health? An overview and UK case study
AC Johnson, MD Jürgens, RJ Williams, K Kümmerer, A Kortenkamp, ...
Journal of Hydrology 348 (1-2), 167-175, 2008
2032008
Sediments are major sinks of steroidal estrogens in two United Kingdom rivers
M Peck, RW Gibson, A Kortenkamp, EM Hill
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 23 (4), 945-952, 2004
1962004
Low-level exposure to multiple chemicals: reason for human health concerns?
A Kortenkamp, M Faust, M Scholze, T Backhaus
Environmental health perspectives 115 (Suppl 1), 106-114, 2007
1942007
Future water quality monitoring—adapting tools to deal with mixtures of pollutants in water resource management
R Altenburger, S Ait-Aissa, P Antczak, T Backhaus, D Barceló, TB Seiler, ...
Science of the total environment 512, 540-551, 2015
1842015
Human embryonic stem cell-derived test systems for developmental neurotoxicity: a transcriptomics approach
AK Krug, R Kolde, JA Gaspar, E Rempel, NV Balmer, K Meganathan, ...
Archives of toxicology 87 (1), 123-143, 2013
1762013
Synergisms with mixtures of xenoestrogens: a reevaluation using the method of isoboles
A Kortenkamp, R Altenburger
Science of the Total Environment 221 (1), 59-73, 1998
1711998
Combined exposure to anti-androgens exacerbates disruption of sexual differentiation in the rat
U Hass, M Scholze, S Christiansen, M Dalgaard, AM Vinggaard, ...
Environmental health perspectives 115 (Suppl 1), 122-128, 2007
1622007
Combined exposure to anti‐androgens causes markedly increased frequencies of hypospadias in the rat
S Christiansen, M Scholze, M Axelstad, J Boberg, A Kortenkamp, U Hass
International journal of andrology 31 (2), 241-248, 2008
1482008
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