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Acute Toxicity Studies in Rats and Rabbits with Cover Letter.
Carcinogenicity of alkylating cytostatic drugs proceedings of a symposium organized by IARC and the German Cancer Research Centre, held at the German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Federal Republic of Germany, 25-27 November 1985 /
Chemical and Radiation Leukemogenesis in Humans and Rodents and the Value of Rodent Models for Assessing Risks of Lymphohematopoietic Cancers.
Long-Term Effects of Triethylenemelamine Exposure on Mouse Testis Cells and Sperm Chromatin Structure Assayed by Flow Cytometry.
Rat Conceptus Development in Vitro: Comparative Effects of Alkylating Agents.
Review of the Mutagenicity of Ethylene Oxide.
Some aromatic amines, hydrazine and related substances, N-nitroso compounds and miscellaneous alkylating agents.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage Induced by Clastogenic and Anti-Mitotic Chemicals: Implications for Non-Disjunction and Aneuploidy (Journal Version).
The Role of cyclic nucleic acid adducts in carcinogenesis and mutagenesis : proceedings of a meeting organized by the IARC and co-sponsored by the US National Cancer Institute, and the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory at the University of California, held in Lyon, 17-19 September 1984 /
Using the DNA Alkaline Unwinding Assay to Detect DNA Damage in Laboratory and Environmentally Exposed Cells and Tissues.
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