Bisphenols as recent endocrine disruptor endangering human reproduction
Human population is exposed to a broad spectrum of endocrine disruptors. Bisphenol A (BPA) are one of the group that is widely used in items of daily needs. BPA has previously been shown to negatively affecting human reproduction and usage of assisted reproductive technology (ART). However, substitution of BPA by alternative BPs brought serious problems, such as unproven harmlessness of other BPs (BPS, BPF, BPAF) and possible interactions of individual BPs in organism. Moreover, the molecular mechanism of BPs negative effect and real impact on human reproductive health remains unclear. We hypothesize that human population is exposed to BPs, negatively affecting human reproduction. The aim of the project is a) to describe a relationship of BPs‘ level in human seminal plasma/follicular fluid and ART outcomes and b) to describe mechanism of BPs‘ action experimentally, using models (i.e. mouse, pig and human follicular cells). The estimation of BPs‘ risk for human reproductive health and description of molecular mechanism will become a background for the solution of the BPs‘ problem.
|Period||2018 - 2021|
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