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Assessment of the Hepatotoxicity of Acute and Short-Term Exposure to Inhaled p-Xylene in F-344 Rats.
Differential Effects of 200, 591, and 2,450 MHz Radiation on Rat Brain Energy Metabolism.
Differential Hepatotoxicity and Cytochrome P450 Responses of Fischer-344 Rats to the Three Isomers of Dichlorobenzene.
Effects of Continuous-Wave, Pulsed, and Sinusoidal-Amplitude-Modulated Microwaves on Brain Energy Metabolism.
Effects of tributyltin on biomembranes : alteration of flow cytometric parameters and inhibition of Na(+)K(+)-ATPase two-dimensional crystallization /
Enhanced Mortality and Liver Damage in Virus-Infected Mice Exposed to p-Xylene.
Fluorescence Depolarization Studies of the Phase Transition in Multilamellar Phospholipid Vesicles Exposed to 1.0-GHz Microwave Radiation.
Hepatotoxic Interactions of Ethanol with Allyl Alcohol or Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
Immunotoxicologic Assessment of Subacute Exposure of Rats to Carbon Tetrachloride with Comparison to Hepatotoxicity and Nephrotoxicity.
Interaction of Inorganic Mercury Salts with Model and Red Cell Membranes: Importance of Lipid Binding Sites.
Swept-Frequency Magnitude Method for the Dielectric Characterization of Chemical and Biological Systems.
Temperature-Specific Inhibition of Human Red Cell Na(1+)/K(1+) ATPase by 2450-MHz Microwave Radiation.
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