Study finds more reason to review the use of BPA

Deakin University scientists are part of the international research team
led by Professor Vincent Laudet at the Institute of Functional Genomics
of Lyon (ENS de Lyon, CNRS, France) that has discovered a new pathway
for bisphenol A (BPA) to spread through the body via a protein known as
ERRy (estrogen-related receptor gamma ESRRG ), which plays an important role in
metabolism. The involvement of ERRy adds weight to the possibility that
BPA could be a cause of obesity and diabetes.

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