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Amplification of CCl4 Toxicity by Chlordecone: Destruction of Rat Hepatic Microsomal Cytochrome P-450 Subpopulation.
Behavior of DDT, kepone, and permethrin in sediment-water systems under different oxidation-reduction and pH conditions /
Behavior of DDT, Kepone, and Permethrin in sediment-water systems under different oxidation-reduction and pH conditions /
Biotransformation of Chlordecone by 'Pseudomonas' Species (Journal Version).
Carbon Tetrachloride Metabolism in Partially Hepatectomized and Sham-Operated Rats Pre-Exposed to Chlordecone (Kepone).
Comparison of the Toxicity of Acrylamide, Cyclophosphamide, Chlrodecone, and Diethylstilbestrol in Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cells with Their Toxicity In vivo.
Dermal absorption and pharmacokinetics of pesticides in rats /
Dominant Lethal Assay of Chlordecone and Its Distribution in the Male Reproductive Tissues of the Rat.
Establishment and reviews of original kepone action levels /
Evaluation of the Immunotoxic Potential of Chlordecone with Comparison to Cyclophosphamide.
Evaluation of the potential carcinogenicity of kepone (chlordecone) (143-50-0) /
Final Report on the Evaluation of Four Toxic Chemicals in an 'In vivo/In vitro' Toxicological Screen: Acrylamide, Chlordecone, Cyclophosphamide, and Diethylstilbestrol.
Final report on the evaluation of four toxic chemicals in an In Vivo/In Vitro toxicological screen--acrylamide, chlordecone, cyclophosphamide, and diethylstilbestrol /
Hepatic Polyamines and Related Enzymes Following Chlordecone-Potentiated Carbon Tetrachloride Toxicity in Rats.
High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Separation of Chlordecone and its Metabolites.
Human population exposures to mirex and kepone /
Human population exposures to Mirex and Kepone /
In vitro and In vivo Toxicity: A Comparison of Acrylamide, Cyclophosphamide, Chlordecone, and Diethylstilbestrol.
Kepone contamination : hearings before the Subcommittee on Agricultural Research and General Legislation of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, second session, on Kepone contamination in Hopewell, Virginia, January 22, 23, 26, and 27, 1976.
Kepone effects on development of Callinectes sapidus and Rhithropanopeus harisii [sic] /
Kepone in bed sediments of the James River estuary
Kepone in the marine environment : publications and prepublications /
Kepone incineration test program /
Kepone/mirex/hexachlorocyclopentadiene, an environmental assessment : a report /
Laboratory evaluation of high-temperature destruction of kepone and related pesticides /
Mathematical Evaluation of kepone action levels /
Mathematical simulation of transport of sediment and kepone in the James River estuary
Microbial degradation of kepone in the Chesapeake Bay
Mirex and chlordecone.
Mitigation feasibility for the kepone-contaminated Hopewell/James River areas /
Neonatal Chiordecone Exposure Alters Behavioral Sex Differentiation in Female Hamsters.
Proceedings of the Kepone Seminar II /
Recommended standard for occupational exposure to kepone.
Remedial conventional measures for capturing, stabilizing, or removing kepone in Bailey Bay, Bailey Creek, Gravelly Run, and the James River, Virginia : appendix B, the EPA Kepone Mitigation Feasibility Project report /
Role of Hepatocellular Regeneration in Chlordecone Potentiated Hepatotoxicity of Carbon Tetrachloride.
Spermotoxicity and Tissue Accumulation of Chlordecone (Kepone) in Male Rats.
Sublethal effects of pollutants : life table evaluation of chronic exposure of öEöuöröyötöeömöoöröa öaöföföiönöiös (Copepoda) to Kepone /
Summary of kepone study results - 1979-81
Summary of kepone study results - 1982-85
Summary of kepone study results, 1976-1978
The ecological and physiological effects of kepone on marine bacteria and biotransformation of kepone /
The effect of sediment suspension on adsorption and fate of kepone /
The feasibility of mitigating kepone contamination in the James River Basin : appendix A to the EPA Kepone Mitigation Project report /
The role of sediments in the storage, movement and biological uptake of Kepone in estuarine environments : bed sediments and suspended sediments /
Toxicological profile for mirex and chlordecone /
Toxicological profile for mirex and chlordecone : draft /
Tracing kepone contamination in James estuary sediments
Uptake, distribution, metabolism and clearance of kepone by channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) /
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