Pilot study: Introducing of modeling techniques in the research of POPs in breast milk

Gordana Vuković, Snježana Herceg Romanić, Andreja Stojić, Darija Klinčić, Marijana Matek Sarić, Judita Grzunov Letinić and Aleksandar Popović

Interactive figures | Supplementary file


Interactive figure 1

Histograms of the organochlorine compound levels [ng g-1] in breast milk in relation to the maternal age (a) and parity (b).

Interactive figure 2

Aggregation plots of the organochlorine compound concentrations [ng g-1] in the milk samples and maternal age (a) and parity (b).

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Organochlorine compound concentration [ng g-1] (a) and Unmix derived source contribution (b) loess regression in breast milk based on maternal age for the mothers with first, second and third child delivery.

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Ratios of Unmixed-derived source contributions (a) and organochlorine compounds (b) in relation to the maternal age and parity

Supplementary file 1

Probability density function, linear and loess regression, and Pearson’s correlation coefficients for the organochlorine pollutants in the breast milk and maternal parameters - age and parity (p-value: *** < 0.0001, ** < 0.001, * < 0.01).