A phthalate, which might soon be subject to more severe regulation
Di-n-pentyl phthalate (DnPeP) is currently (2017) on the list of SVHC candidates (substances of very high concern) within the framework of European chemicals legislation. A classification as SVHC would lead to a stronger regulation of the substance.
The Environmental Specimen Bank does not analyses the parent substance DnPeP in human samples, but its main metabolite MnPeP.
MnPePMono-n-pentyl phthalate is a primary metabolite of DnPeP.
Student groups with an even number of female and male students at the age of 20 to 29.
4 university cities as sampling areas.
2007 - 2015