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News Items: Northeastern University

Superfund Research Program

Discovery of Xenobiotics Associated with Preterm Birth

Project Leader: Roger W. Giese
Grant Number: P42ES017198
Funding Period: 2010-2020
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  • The Porous Extraction Paddle: A Non-Targeted Sampling Device to Detect Contaminants in Urine
    Research Brief - December 2016
    A new tool and accompanying method provides an easy way to extract substances from urine, even where resources are limited. The non-targeted technique, developed by researchers at the Northeastern University Superfund Research Program, can reveal large numbers of exposures to substances foreign to the body, called xenobiotics, from a sample of urine.
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