Data from: The association between exposure to environmental bisphenol A and gonadotropic hormone levels among men

Hong Liang, Wenping Xu, Jianping Chen, Huijuan Shi, Jiang Zhu, Xiaoqin Liu, Jian Wang, Maohua Miao & Wei Yuan
Bisphenol A (BPA) is an extensively used chemical with endocrine disrupting properties. Although animal and in vivo studies have suggested possible effects of BPA on levels of gonadotropic hormones, human studies are limited and inconclusive. The study examined whether environmental BPA exposure was associated with gonadotropic hormones levels in men. A total of 560 men aged 18–55 years were recruited from Sandu County, Guizhou Province, China. We collected urine samples for measurement of BPA, and...
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