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Autistic-Like Traits in Laboratory Rodents Exposed to Phthalic Acid Esters During Early Development – an Animal Model of Autism?
Phthalates are chemical substances that are widely used to provide flexibility and durability to plastic materials. They leach from products in which they are mixed and reach living organisms. Results from experimental studies suggest that exposure to phthalates can have a negative impact on an individual's neuronal system and behavior. In this regard, exposure during early ontogenesis seems to be particularly dangerous due to the extensive growth and development of body structures anddoi:10.33549/physiolres.934570 fatcat:m3tn7kq4uzaehpjewxrw3yiyly