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Activity Profiles of Developmental Toxicity: Design Considerations and Pilot Implementation.
Alteration of Immune Function in Mice Following Carcinogen Exposure.
Comparison of Sister-Chromatid Exchange in Mouse Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes Exposed In vitro and In vivo to Phosphoramide Mustard and 4-Hydroxycyclophosphamide.
Comparison of the Toxicity of Acrylamide, Cyclophosphamide, Chlrodecone, and Diethylstilbestrol in Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cells with Their Toxicity In vivo.
Cyclophosphamide Teratogenesis: Evidence for Compensatory Responses to Induced Cellular Toxicity.
Detection of Aneuploidy by a Monochromosomal Hybrid Cell Assay.
Detection of Chemically Induced Aneuploidy by the 'Vicia faba' Root Tip Assay (Journal Version).
Development and Validation of the Spiral Salmonella Assay: An Automated Approach to Bacterial Mutagenicity Testing.
Development of In vivo Genotoxicity Tests in Estuarine Fish and Their Application to Aquatic Toxicology.
Effects of Immunosuppression with Cyclophosphamide on Acute Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection and Virus-Augmented Natural Killer Cell Activity.
Evaluation of the C9 Aromatic Hydrocarbons for Mutagenic Potential Bone Marrow Cytogenetics Tests in Rats (Draft) with Cover Letter dated 12/11/87.
Evaluation of the Immunotoxic Potential of Chlordecone with Comparison to Cyclophosphamide.
Evaluation of the Immunotoxicity of Low Level PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyl) Exposure in the Rat.
Evaluation of the potential carcinogenicity of cyclophosphamide (50-18-01) /
Evidence for Chromosomal Replicons as Units of Sister Chromatid Exchanges.
Factors Determining the In vitro Response of Rodent Embryos to Teratogens.
Final Report on the Evaluation of Four Toxic Chemicals in an 'In vivo/In vitro' Toxicological Screen: Acrylamide, Chlordecone, Cyclophosphamide, and Diethylstilbestrol.
Host Resistance to 'Trichinella spiralis' Infection in Rats and Mice: Species-Dependent Effects of Cyclophosphamide Exposure.
Identification of aneuploidy-inducing agents using the wheat seedling assay /
Immune Alterations in Rats Following Subacute Exposure to Tributyltin Oxide.
Immunotoxicity of Tributyltin Oxide in Rats Exposed as Adults or Pre-Weanlings.
In vitro and In vivo Toxicity: A Comparison of Acrylamide, Cyclophosphamide, Chlordecone, and Diethylstilbestrol.
In vitro Culture of Postimplantation Hamster Embryos.
Induction, Accumulation, and Persistence of Sister Chromatid Exchanges in Women with Breast Cancer Receiving Cyclophosphamide, Adriamycin, and 5-Fluorouracil Chemotherapy.
Kinetics of In vivo Sister Chromatid Exchange Induction in Mouse Bone Marrow Cells by Alkylating Agents: Cyclophosphamide.
Reduction of Neutrophil Influx Diminishes Lung Injury and Mortality Following Phosgene Inhalation.
Subchronic Effects of Sodium Selenite and Selenomethionine on Several Immune-Functions in Mallards.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage as a Measure of Chemical Mutagen Effects on Mammalian Germ Cells.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage as a Measure of Genotoxicity at Meiosis.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage in Relation to Meiotic Chromosome Aberrations after Exposure of Male Mice to Cyclophosphamide (Journal Version).
Synaptonemal Complex Damage Induced by Clastogenic and Anti-Mitotic Chemicals: Implications for Non-Disjunction and Aneuploidy (Journal Version).
Teratogenicity of Cyclophosphamide in a Coupled Microsomal Activating/Embryo Culture System.
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