TEDX List of Potential Endocrine Disruptors
The TEDX List of Potential Endocrine Disruptors is a database of chemicals with the potential to affect the endocrine system.
Every chemical on the TEDX List has one or more verified citations to
published, accessible, primary scientific research
demonstrating effects on the endocrine system.
Endocrine effects include direct effects on traditional endocrine glands, their hormones and receptors (such as estrogens, anti-androgens, and thyroid hormones), as well as signaling cascades that affect many of the body’s systems, including reproductive function and fetal development, the nervous system and behavior, the immune and metabolic systems, the liver, bones and many other organs, glands and tissues.
To date (October 13, 2011) there are approximately 870 endocrine disruptors on the TEDX List, which is available as a Microsoft Excel file for easy searching and sorting. Each row in the file shows the following columns: Chemical Name, Alternative Names, CAS Number, TEDX Number, Year (of cited publication), and Citation. Chemicals with multiple citations have multiple rows in the database; rows are shaded for ease of reading.