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  • initialism Di-n-Butyl Phthalate

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Examples

  • "Other mutations in HSD17B4 are known to cause a very severe congenital syndrome called DBP deficiency that is generally fatal within the first two years of life," says Dr. King.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • If you like polish on your nails, pick out shades you like from brands that are free of formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthlate aka DBP.

    The Mommy Diet

  • If you like polish on your nails, pick out shades you like from brands that are free of formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthlate aka DBP.

    The Mommy Diet

  • The "universal" Blu-ray models released today, namely the DBP-2011UDCI and DBP-1611UD, provide superior playback of virtually all 5-inch silver discs.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • The new BR players, namely DBP-2011UDCI and DBP-1611UD, are also capable of internet access, Netflix and YouTube streaming as well as CD/DVD playback and HD audio disc playback in SACD and DVD-Audio formats.

    Akihabara News

  • Read ingredients and look for phthalates by their chemical names or abbreviations, such as DBP (di-n-butylphthalate) and DEP (diethylphthalate), which are found in personal care products; and DMP (dimethylphthalate) found in insect repellent and some plastics.

    Emaxhealth

  • DBP is a known reproductive and developmental toxin, while toluene is a possible reproductive and developmental toxin and can also cause headaches, dizziness and fatigue.

    Organic Authority.com: How Toxic Is Your Nail Polish Really?

  • Up until recently, most conventional nail polishes found on store shelves offered up a noxious ingredient list of substances including the "toxic trio," formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl phthalate, or DBP.

    Organic Authority.com: How Toxic Is Your Nail Polish Really?

  • Unlike the European Union, which banned companies from using DBP in 2005, the United States doesn't restrict this chemical in beauty products.

    Organic Authority.com: How Toxic Is Your Nail Polish Really?

  • Unlike the European Union, which banned companies from using DBP in 2005, the United States doesn't restrict this chemical in beauty products.

    Organic Authority.com: How Toxic Is Your Nail Polish Really?

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