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Bis-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate: Much more than a peroxisome proliferator

AuthorsHerrero, Oscar; Peropadre, A.; Fernández Freire, P.; Pérez Martín, J. M.; Peña de Torres, Eduardo de la ; Hazen, M.J.
KeywordsBis-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Ames test
Issue Date2007
CitationAbstracts / Toxicology Letters 1728: 81-8240 (2007)
AbstractBis-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP; CASRN 117-817), a benzenedicarboxylic acid ester, is a widely used plasticizer ubiquitous in the general environment and found in most samples, including air, precipitation, water, sediment, soil and biota. Although the solubility of DEHP in water is low, the amount present in surface water may be higher because it is readily absorbed by organic particles due to its high octanol-water partition coefficient. DEHP is highly lipophilic and has been shown to accumulate to a high degree in a variety of aquatic organisms.
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