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Dietary risk assessment for suspected endocrine disrupting pesticides in agricultural products in Busan, Korea
부산지역 유통 농산물의 내분비계 장애추정농약 위해평가
Hyeon-Jeong Kwon*, Yeon-Ju Ok, Chan-Hee Kim, Mi-Jung Park, Hye-Sun Hwang, Jong-Bae Youn, Kyung-Suk Cha, and Hyun-Cheol Jo
Busan Metropolitan City Institute of Health & Environment
부산광역시 보건환경연구원
Studies on suspected endocrine disrupting pesticide (EDP) residues in agricultural products were carried out in 2016 in Busan, Korea. Twelve different EDPs, ranging in concentration between 0.003-2.049 mg/kg, were detected in 19.5% of 462 samples. About 0.2% of agricultural product samples exceeded the maximum residue limits (MRLs). Risk indices of all of the EDPs were less than 10% of the acceptable daily intake (ADI). The outcomes indicated that the risk groups at highest risk of exposure to diazinon (found in Korean cabbages) and carbendazim (found in apples) were females aged 40 to 49 and young males less than 10 years old, respectively. Based on the stochastic assessment at 95th percentile (P95), risk index in these risk groups accounted for 8.38 and 2.98% of ADIs. The results showed that the occurrence of EDP residues in agricultural products could not be considered a public health problem.
endocrine disrupter, pesticide, risk assessment, diazinon, carbendazim
한국식품과학회지 2018 Feb; 50(01): 28 - 36