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(NEW YORK) 360Dx – Using high-resolution mass spectrometry, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, have detected a variety of environmental chemicals in blood from pregnant women.

In a study published this week in Environmental Health Perspectives, the scientists detected an average of 56 possible environmental organic acids (EOAs) present in each subject and confirmed the presence of six of them.

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