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The Standard – October 2019

Human Biomonitoring Initiative Takes Flight in Europe

A human biomonitoring study involving 28 countries in Europe has launched amongst increased interest to study the impacts environmental exposure have on human health. The study, termed HBM4EU, began in 2017 and will run through 2021. The study group includes all citizens, but there is a focus on particularly vulnerable groups, including children, pregnant women, and workers. A complete overview of the HBM4EU study can be accessed here.
Many regions are starting or continuing biomonitoring studies to drive policy making to regulate chemicals that pose threats to human health, many times with a key focus on environmentally sensitive groups. Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) has collaborated with leading institutions conducting extensive biomonitoring, or exposomics, research by developing standards to assist with testing needs. Read more about these other programs and CIL’s complete product offerings here.
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ES-5620-A-L JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Calibration Standards CS0L-CS9L in nonane 10 x 0.25 mL
ES-5621 JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Cleanup Spike in methanol 1.2 mL
JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Syringe Spike in nonane 1.2 mL
JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Native Standard Mixture in nonane 1.2 mL
JECS Phenol/Paraben Native Standard in methanol 1.2 mL
JECS Phenol/Paraben Clean-Up Standard in methanol 1.2 mL
JECS Phenol/Paraben Syringe Standard in methanol-OD 1.2 mL

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