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Urinary Concentrations of Diisoheptyl Phthalate Biomarkers in Convenience Samples of U.S. Adults in 2000 and 2018–2019
  • Published Date:
    October 11 2019
  • Source:
    Toxics. 2019; 7(4)
  • Language:
    English
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  • Alternative Title:
    Toxics
  • Description:
    We know little about the potential health risks from exposure to diisoheptyl phthalate (DiHpP), a plasticizer used in commercial applications. The production of DiHpP ended in the United States in 2010, but DiHpP may still be present in phthalate diester mixtures. To investigate human exposure to DiHpP, we used three oxidative metabolites of DiHpP: Monohydroxyheptyl phthalate (MHHpP), mono-oxoheptylphthalate (MOHpP), and monocarboxyhexyl phthalate (MCHxP) as exposure biomarkers. We analyzed urine collected anonymously in 2000 (| = 144) and 2018-2019 (| = 205) from convenience groups of U.S. adults using high-performance liquid chromatography coupled with isotope-dilution high-resolution mass spectrometry. We detected MCHxP in all the samples tested in 2000 (GM = 2.01 ng/mL) and 2018-2019 (GM = 1.31 ng/mL). MHHpP was also detected in 100% of the 2018-2019 samples (GM = 0.59 ng/mL) and 96% of the 2000 urine samples analyzed (GM = 0.38 ng/mL). MOHpP was detected in 57% (2018-2019, GM = 0.03 ng/mL) and 92% (2000, GM = 0.19 ng/mL) of samples. The presence of MHHpP, MOHpP, and MCHxP in the 2018-2019 samples suggests recent exposure to DiHpP. Intercorrelations between metabolite concentrations were more significant in samples collected in 2000 than in samples collected in 2018-2019. The differences in urinary metabolite profiles and intercorrelations from samples collected during 2000 and 2018-2019 likely reflects changes in the composition of commercial DiHpP formulations before and after 2010.

  • Pubmed ID:
    31614419
  • Pubmed Central ID:
    PMC6958421
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