Bisphenol A Analogues: A Brief Review of their Occurrence in Food, Biological Samples and Endocrine Effects


  • Nikola Knizatova SUA
  • Katarína Tokárová SUA in Nitra
  • Hana Greifová SUA in Nitra
  • Tomáš Jambor SUA in Nitra
  • Peter Massányi SUA in Nitra
  • Norbert Lukáč SUA in Nitra



Bisphenol A, BPA Analogues, Endocrine disruptors


Bisphenol A (BPA) is the most well-known compound from the bisphenol family. There is increasing evidence that bisphenol BPA used in plastics, receipts, food packaging, and other products might be harmful to human health due to its actions as an endocrine-disrupting chemical, therefore BPA is being replaced by compounds very similar in structure, but data on the occurrence and effects of these BPA analogs are limited. Therefore, there is increasing concern regarding human exposure to bisphenol analogs (BPs) due to their widespread use and potential adverse effects. The main objective of this work was to investigate human exposure to BPs and the associated endocrine activities. We performed a literature review of the available research made in humans, in in vivo and in vitro tests. The findings support the idea that exposure to BPs may have an impact on human health, especially in terms of endocrine disruption.



2020-12-30 — Updated on 2020-12-30




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