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Biochemical Studies on the Metabolic Activation of Halogenated Alkanes

By: Kevin H. Cheeseman
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Twenty Years of Environmental Health Research

By: David P. Rall
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Biological Actions of Nitroarenes in Short-Term Tests on Salmonella, Cultured Mammalian Cells and Cultured Human Tracheal Tissues : Possible Basis for Regulatory Control

By: Takashi Sugimura
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Rsenic of an Antidote Ro a Global Poison

By: M. Nathaniel Mead

...idespread and often excessive. This situation began in the 1970s, when the United Nations Children’s Fund, in response to epidemics of cholera, dysen-... ...ad and often excessive. This situation began in the 1970s, when the United Nations Children’s Fund, in response to epidemics of cholera, dysen- tery, ... ...eptible to cancer at the levels of arsenic exposure typically found in the United States (less than 50 µg/L). At the present time, the carcinogenic ri... ...ectives Focus | Arsenic: A Global Poison Arsenic concentrations across the United States . . . Source: USGS, http://water.usgs.gov/nawqa/trace/pubs/g...

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Identification of Chlorite and Serpentine in Cosmetic or Pharmaceutical Talc

By: A. M. Blount
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Lead Toxicity : Current Concerns

By: Robert A. Goyer
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Water Pollution Drugged Drinking Water

By: Carol Potera

...adversely affect wild fish populations. In one of the first studies in the United States to report the occurrence of drugs in drinking water, environm... ...opic is limit- ed, government agencies concerned with water quality in the United States and professional organizations serving the water and wastewat... ...industry to meet public concern about preventing such an occurrence in the United States. By carefully reviewing current procedure within the industr... ...euters news article that older cars imported into Central America from the United States are main contributors to the high levels of carbon monoxide a... ...s, Gonzalez said, “Central America has become a junkyard for cars from the United States.” The General Accounting Office Environmental Health Perspect...

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References

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

...73. Buchanan, R. 2003. Resistance – Thermal and Other. Presentation to the United States Food and Drug Administration Food Advisory Committee, 18-19 M... ...pe Tennessee in powdered milk products and infant formula – Canada and the United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 42: 516-517. Clark, ... ...pidemiology of Salmonella: Trends in serotypes isolated from humans in the United States, 1987- 1997. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 183: 753-761. Pa...

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Dose Response for Tcdd Promotion of Hepatocarcinogenesini Sr Ats Initiated with den : Histologic, Biochemical, And Cell Proliferation Endpoints

By: Robert R. Maronpot
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Selected Biochemical Actions of Ovarian Hormones

By: Kenneth S. Korach
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Issues in Biochemical Applications to Risk Assessment : How Should the Mtd Be Selected for Chronic Bioassays?

By: R. J. Kociba
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Biochemical Parameters of Guinea Pig Perilymph Sampled According to Scala and Following Sound Presentation

By: Leon L. Gershbein
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Issues in Biochemical Applications to Risk Assessment : Are Short-Term Tests Predictive of in Vivo Tumorigenicity?

By: Raymond W. Tennant
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The Roles of Serum Selenium and Selenoproteins on Mercury Toxicity in Environmental and Occupational Exposure

By: Chunying Chen

... and hair mer- cury levels in young children and women of childbearing age—United States 1999. JAMA 285:1436–1437. Whanger PD. 2001. Selenium and the ...

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Airborne Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria Isolated from a Concentrated Swine Feeding Operation

By: Amy Chapin

...k production com- prises 60–80% of total antimicrobial produc- tion in the United States (Mellon et al. 2001). The swine industry alone uses an estima... ...is produced at swine concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in the United States each year (Environmental Defense 1997). The practice of stori... ...in, an antibiotic that has never been approved for use in livestock in the United States. In conclusion, high-level multidrug-resistant Enterococcus, ... ...agriculture in Europe, has never been approved for use in livestock in the United States. Materials and Methods Study site. The study site is a swine ... ... site. The study site is a swine finishing CAFO located in the Mid-Atlantic United States. The CAFO consists of two tunnel- ventilated swine houses bui...

...y used in swine production. None of the isolates were resistant to vancomycin, an antibiotic that has never been approved for use in livestock in the United States. In conclusion, high-level multidrug-resistant Enterococcus, coagulase-negative staphylococci, and viridans group streptococci were detected in the air of a concentrated swine feeding operation. These findings s...

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Microarray Data Standards : An Open Letter

By: Helen Causton
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Rice and Rice Blast : New Bases for Comparison

By: Ed Susman
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Effects of Environmental Oxidant Stressors on Individuals with a G-6-Pd Deficiency with Particular Reference to an Animal Model

By: Edward J. Calabrese
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The Effect of Inhaled Chromium on Different Exhaled Breath Condensate Biomarkers Among Chrome-Plating Workers

By: Andrea Caglieri
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Issues in Biochemical Applications to Risk Assessment : Can in Vitro Studies Assist Us in Species Extrapolation?

By: Stephen C. Strom
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Predictiveness and Limitations of Test Methods in Teratology : Overview

By: R. E. Staples
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Mucin Biosynthesis and Secretion in the Respiratory Tract

By: S. S. Spicer
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Summary and Future Research Needs

By: P. A. Bromberg
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Household Disposal of Pharmaceuticals as a Pathway for Aquatic Contamination in the United Kingdom

By: Jonathan P. Bound

...100 tons of drugs were prescribed in Germany in 1995 (Ternes 1998). In the United Kingdom in 2000, use exceeded 10 tons/year for each of the top 25 co... ...fewer unfinished prescriptions. Discarded pharmaceuticals are defined in the United Kingdom by the Controlled Waste Regulations 1992 [Her Majesty’s Stat... ... Disposal of Pharmaceuticals as a Pathway for Aquatic Contamination in the United Kingdom Jonathan P. Bound and Nikolaos Voulvoulis Centre for Environ... ...ulvoulis Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom Pharmaceuticals are produced and used in increasingly large ... ...8% female, 45.2% male), closely reflecting the actual dis- tribution in the United Kingdom (51.3% female, 48.7% male). The subjects were also spread ev...

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