A. Hovhannisyan, O. Belyaeva, G. Tepanosyan, A. Saghatelyan; Bulletin of Armenian National Agrarian University, 2018, 4 (64), pp. 16-20;
In the result of this research residual DDT and its isomers were determined in carrot samples collected from village of Aramus and for the first time assessment was done of health risk from consumption of DDT-contaminated carrot. The data obtained have indicated that daily intake of DDT does not exceed tolerable daily intake, which is indicative of the absence of noncarcinogenic risk. However, the lifetime carcinogenic risk assessment points to presence of health hazard to consumers.
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