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Thus, hypotheses can be generated around questions related to either internal or external exposures. 2 will not always be directed or preferentially directed toward the center, the impact. , toward or away from the center (toward the source), or just directed away from the center [3,16]. Exposure applications for epidemiology, risk assessment, and intervention can primarily be directed toward the center. , regulations, standards, and product or process replacement. 2 Exposure science as applied at any level of biologic organization from the external environment to the dose at a target site.
Similarly, in a food processing facility, E. coli contamination is caused by improper hygienic practices by workers, or improper storage or transport of food. Intentional adulteration of food can also occur through the use of inappropriate fillers for economic reasons or by individuals seeking to cause harm to an individual or population. Contaminated drinking water can be consumed directly or used in food or beverage preparation. Chemical contaminants include metals and organic compounds. Organic contaminants concentrations can bioaccumulate/biomagnify (increase) in the tissue of edible species as one moves up the food chain.
48] Lioy PJ. Assessing total human exposure to contaminants. A multidisciplinary approach. Environ Sci Technol 1990;24:938À45. 1 EXPOSURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Many research studies are now designed to assess the processes and levels of toxicants associated with single or multiple routes and pathways of exposure. 1, describes how contaminants are released, transported, and accumulated in the environment and includes many different subfields of investigation for measurements and modeling [1À5].