|Author:||Philip L. Chambers,D. Henschler,F. Ocsch|
|Title:||Mouse Liver Tumors: Relevance to Human Cancer Risk (ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY SUPPLEMENT)|
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|ePUB size:||1352 kb|
|FB2 size:||1933 kb|
|DJVU size:||1913 kb|
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Springer Verlag (January 1, 1987)|
Conference proceedings. Mouse and Human Liver Tumors. PDF. Pathogenesis of Experimental Liver Cancer: Comparison with Humans. First, the hypolipi demic drugs are increasingly used in the control of hyperlipidemia, a major risk factor for developing coronary heart disease. drug lipide liver liver tumor metabolism xenobiotic xenobiotics. 1. Dietrich Henschler.
Find nearly any book by D. Henschler. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Mouse Liver Tumors: Relevance to Human Cancer Risk (ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY SUPPLEMENT). by Philip L. Chambers, D. ISBN 9780387171241 (978-0-387-17124-1) Softcover, Springer Verlag, 1987. Occupational Toxicants: Critical Data Evaluation for MAK Values and Classification of Carcinogens, Vol. 10. by D. Henschler, DFG.
Archives of Toxicology, Supplement 13. Biologieal Monitoring of Exposure and the Response at the Subeellular Level to Toxie Substanees Proceedings of the European Society of Toxicology Meeting Held in Munich, September 4-7, 1988. Claire M. Chambers and Philip L. Chambers University of Dublin, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland Helmut Greim Institut für Toxikologie, Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung, Ingolstädter Landstraße 1, D-8042 Neuherberg, West Germany. ISBN 978-3-540-50336-1 DOI 1. 3. Scand J Work Environ Health 11:331-345 Doll R (1985) Relevance of epidemiology to policies for the prevention of cancer. Human Toxicology 4:81-96 Elinder CG (1984) Health hazards from exposure to cobalt, with special reference to carcinogenic, mutagenic and teratogenic effects.
Archives of toxicology. Supplement, Archiv für Toxikologie. No such tumors are observed with either substance alone. Hydrocarbon products represent a major risk of intoxication to children all over the world, and may cause severe symptoms and even death. It is therefore important to identify special risk factors to be able to take adequate preventive measures.
Mode-of-action analysis for induction of rat liver tumors by pyrethrins: relevance to human cancer risk. Authors: Thomas G Osimitz Brian G Lake. Crit Rev Toxicol 2009 ;39(6):501-11.
As a consequence, a human relevance framework concept was developed by the International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) and International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Risk Science Institute (RSI) with the central tenet being the identification of a mode of action (MOA). To perform a MOA analysis, the key biochemical, cellular, and molecular events need to first be established, and the temporal and dose-dependent concordance of each of the key events in the MOA can then be determined. This supplement contains the papers submitted at EUROTOX 88, the joint Congress of the European Society of Toxicology and the Federation of the European Societies of Toxicology. The theme was one of monitoring and examining the effects of toxic substances in the biological response at the subcellular level. Mechanisms of metal carcinogenicity are discussed as well as the biomonitoring of chemical exposure. Reports are provided on the role of individual differences in man and the effect of risk assessment.
Excess risk of primary liver cancer in patients with diabetes mellitus. J Natl Cancer Inst 88:1472-1477. Biochemical, histological, and ultrastructural changes in rat and mouse liver following the administration of trichloroethylene: Possible relevance to species differences in y. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 79:365-376. Medical and treatment of human poisoning. New York, NY: Elsevier, 9993. Henschler D, Vamvakas S, Lammert M, et al. 1995. Increased incidence of renal cell tumors in a cohort of cardboard workers exposed to trichloroethene. Arch Toxicol 69:291-299. Henson JM, Yates MV, Cochran JW, et al.