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Fig. 1 | Environmental Health

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From: Learning from Sisyphus: time to rethink our current, ineffective strategy on neurodevelopmental environmental toxicants

Fig. 1

In animal experiments (experimental), both the genetic background and exposure to environmental toxicants can be controlled which allows one to test the toxic effects of specific contaminants. In human population (populational), virtually everyone may be exposed and thus “bad genes” may be blamed, since only carrier of gene A will be susceptible to the contaminant

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