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The Standard – June 2012

CDC’s National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently released an updated list of chemicals to its report on human exposure to Environmental chemicals. This update brings to 219 the number of chemicals identified in human blood or tissue, the most comprehensive analysis to date of human exposure. Click here to read the full CDC report.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Biomonitoring Program has been measuring the levels of human exposure to chemicals for over three decades. The program monitors over 450 chemicals using established methods to quantitate the levels of specific chemicals present in humans. This data is used to assist in public health investigations and emergencies around the country and throughout the world.

Many classes of chemicals have had updated information added to the data table in this report: phenols, pesticides, parabens, perfluorinated compounds, and phthalates have all had additional data added. Many of the chemicals on this list are items that people come in contact with on a regular basis: pesticides applied to lawns; cosmetics or pharmaceuticals used for personal reasons; flame retardants in clothing and textile goods; and plasticizers present in many items. Monitoring the levels of these chemicals in humans allows a greater understanding of the possible effects this daily exposure may present.

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories has a wide variety of standards available for these chemicals. Our Pharmaceutical and Personal Care product line covers many of the cosmetics and pharmaceuticals; our Phthalate product line is comprehensive for both mono- and di- esters; and our Pesticide product line has individual standards as well as mixtures available for analysis of pesticides. Here are some of the standards we have available for the items in the CDC’s report:
 

Environmental Phenols (1.2 mL size)

CLM-4325-1.2 Bisphenol A  (ring-13C12, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile                                
$325
CLM-6779-1.2  2',4,4'-Trichloro-2-hydroxydiphenyl ether
(13C12, 99%) (Triclosan) 100 ug/mL in nonane
$495

Fungicides and Metabolites (1.2 mL size)

CLM-3733-1.2 o-Phenylphenol (phenyl-13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in nonane                           
$450
CLM-661-1.2 Pentachlorophenol (13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in nonane
$150

Herbicides and Metabolites (1.2 mL size)

CLM-1305-1.2  2,4-Dichlorophenol (13C6, 99%) 
100 ug/mL in nonane
$330
CLM-1858-1.2 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (ring-13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in ACN         
$375
CLM-4551-1.2  2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid (ring-13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in CH2Cl2
$375

Organophosphorus Insecticides and metabolites (1.2 mL size)

DLM-6000-1.2  Acephate (D6, 98%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile-D3   
$375
DLM-7151-1.2 Dimethoate (o,o-dimethyl-D6, 98%) 
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile                 
$375
DLM-7149-1.2 Methamidophos (dimethyl-D6, 98%)
100 ug/mL in dioxane                        
$495


Organochlorine Pesticides and Metabolites (1 mL size)

CLM-513-1 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol (13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in methanol                            
$395
CLM-1804-1   2,4,6-Trichlorophenol (13C6, 99%)
100 ug/mL in methanol                            
$395

Phytoestrogens and Metabolites (1.2 mL size)

DLM-4461-1.2  Daidzein (3',5',8-D3, 97%)
60 ug/mL in acetonitrile-D3
$575
DLM-4460-1.2 Genistein (3',5',6,8-D4, 94%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile                                  
$575

Parabens (1.2 mL size)

CLM-8249-1.2 Methyl Paraben(Methyl 4-Hydroxybenzoate)
(ring-13C6, 99%) 1 mg/mL in methanol
$350
CLM-8285-1.2 n-Butyl Paraben (ring-13C6, 99%) 
1 mg/mL in methanol                               
 $495

Perfluorochemicals  (1.2 mL size)

CLM-8005-1.2  Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) (13C8, 99%) 
50 ug/mL in methanol           
$495
CLM-8060-1.2 Perfluorononanoic Acid (PFNA) (13C9, 99%) 
50 ug/mL in methanol        
$495
CLM-8789-1.2 Perfluoroundecanoic Acid, sodium salt (13C9, 99%) 
50 ug/mL in MeOH 
$575

Phthalates (1.2 mL size)

CLM-4591-1.2 Monobenzyl Phthalate 100 ug/mL in MTBE 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
$425
ULM-7919-1.2  Monoisobutyl Phthalate (unlabeled)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile
$250
CLM-4590-1.2  Mono-n-Butyl Phthalate
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile
$425
CLM-4592-1.2 Monocyclohexyl Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile  
$425
CLM-4586-1.2  Monoethyl Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile  
$425
CLM-4584-1.2 Mono-2-Ethylhexyl Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile
$425
CLM-6641-1.2 Mono-(2-Ethyl-5-Hydroxyhexyl) Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile (DEHP metabolite IX)
$575
CLM-6640-1.2 Mono-(2-Ethyl-5-Oxohexyl) Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile (DEHP metabolite VI)
$575
CLM-8148-1.2 Mono-(2-Ethyl -5-Carboxypentyl) Phthalate 
90% pure (ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile (DEHP metabolite V)
$575
CLM-4587-1.2  Monoisononyl Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile 
$425
CLM-6071-1.2 Monomethyl Phthalate 100 ug/mL in acetonitrile
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)     
$425
CLM-6847-1.2  Mono(3-Carboxypropyl) Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%)
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile
$575
CLM-4589-1.2 Mono-n-Octyl Phthalate 
(ring-1,2-13C2, dicarboxyl- 13C2, 99%) 
100 ug/mL in acetonitrile                                      
$425

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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