CREW: Department of Defense: Department of the Air Force: Regarding Perchlorate: Temporal patterns in Perch in Human Milk

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Number of Pages: 35; FOIA Request: CREW: Department of Defense: Department of the Air Force: Regarding Perchlorate; Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Department of the Air Force; Date Received: Oct 24, 2008;
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National Institutes of Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES ehponline.org Temporal Patterns in Perchlorate, Thiocyanate and Iodide Excretion in Human Milk Andrea B. Kirk, Jason V. Dyke, Clyde F. Martin and Purnendu K. Dasgupta doi:10.1289/ehp.9558 (available at http://dx.doi.org/) Online 20 November 2006Temporal Patterns in Perchlorate, Thiocyanate and Iodide Excretion in Human Milk. Andrea B. Kirk1, Jason V. Dyke1, Clyde F. Martin2 and Purnendu K. Dasgupta1* 1Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry 2Department of Mathematics and Statistics Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas 79409\u20101061 *Corresponding author Present address: Department of Chemistry, University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX 76009\u20100065 Email: Dasgupta@uta.edu 1Running title:Temporal Patterns in Perchlorate, Thiocyanate and Iodide Excretion in Human Milk Article descriptor:Children\u2019s health. Key words: Breastfeeding, human milk iodide, milk, perchlorate, thiocyanate. Abbreviations: ADD Attention Deficit Disorder ICN International Council of Nurses IOM Institutes of Medicine NAS National Academies of Science NIH National Institutes ofHealth NIS Sodium Iodide Symporter THs Thyroid Hormones USDA United States Department of Agriculture WHO World Health Organization2Acknowledgments: This study was primarily supported by Paul Whitfield Horn Professorship funds to PKD and CFM. Overlapping perchlorate epidemiologic research at Texas Tech University is also supported by the State of Texas Advanced Research Program (3644‐0007‐2006) and by the Gerber Foundation. The contributions of our donors and their infants are sincerely appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. The authors declare no competing financial interests. 3
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