Call for Papers: Endocrine disruptors in the environment

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Call for Papers: Endocrine disruptors in the environment
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Environmental exposure to common endocrine disrupting chemicals is associated with a range of negative outcomes, including infertility, cancer, and metabolic and psychological disorders. A new Guest Edited Collection at Scientific Reports features epidemiological and experimental studies investigating these associations and the underlying causes.

The Collection is open for submissions of original research articles in this area until March 21, 2023. For information on the submission process and our Guest Edited Collection policies, please see our Calls for Papers page.

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