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    1. Hughes, K; Meek, ME; Walker, M
      Health risk assessment of 1,3-butadiene as a Priority Substance in Canada

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    2. Ojajarvi, IA; Partanen, TJ; Ahlbom, A; Boffetta, P; Hakulinen, T; Jourenkova, N; Kauppinen, TP; Kogevinas, M; Porta, M; Vainio, HU; Weiderpass, E; Wesseling, CH
      Occupational exposures and pancreatic cancer: a meta-analysis

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    3. Seta, N; Arfi, C; Momas, I
      General population exposure to dioxins, human ubiquitous pollutants

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    4. Mustajbegovic, J; Zuskin, E; Schachter, EN; Kern, J; Vitale, K; Ebling, Z; Vrcic-Keglevic, M
      Respiratory findings in chemical workers exposed to low concentrations of organic and inorganic air pollutants

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    5. Sweeney, MH; Mocarelli, P
      Human health effects after exposure to 2,3,7,8-TCDD

      FOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS
    6. Landi, MT; Caporaso, N
      Elevated levels in females, 20 years after the Seveso accident

      CHEMISTRY, MAN AND ENVIRONMENT: THE SEVESO ACCIDENT 20 YEARS ON - MONITORING, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND REMEDIATION
    7. HRYHORCZUK DO; WALLACE WH; PERSKY V; FURNER S; WEBSTER JR; OLESKE D; HASELHORST B; ELLEFSON R; ZUGERMAN C
      A MORBIDITY STUDY OF FORMER PENTACHLOROPHENOL-PRODUCTION WORKERS

      Environmental health perspectives
    8. LANDI MT; CONSONNI D; PATTERSON DG; NEEDHAM LL; LUCIER G; BRAMBILLA P; CAZZANIGA MA; MOCARELLI P; PESATORI AC; BERTAZZI PA; CAPORASO NE
      2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN PLASMA-LEVELS IN SEVESO 20 YEARS AFTER THE ACCIDENT

      Environmental health perspectives
    9. VENA J; BOFFETTA P; BECHER H; BENN T; BUENODEMESQUITA HB; COGGON D; COLIN D; FLESCHJANYS D; GREEN L; KAUPPINEN T; LITTORIN N; LYNGE E; MATHEWS JD; NEUBERGER M; PEARCE N; PESATORI AC; SARACCI R; STEENLAND K; KOGEVINAS M
      EXPOSURE TO DIOXIN AND NONNEOPLASTIC MORTALITY IN THE EXPANDED IARC INTERNATIONAL COHORT STUDY OF PHENOXY HERBICIDE AND CHLOROPHENOL PRODUCTION WORKERS AND SPRAYERS

      Environmental health perspectives
    10. BURTON JE; MICHALEK JE; RAHE AJ
      SERUM DIOXIN, CHLORACNE, AND ACNE IN VETERANS OF OPERATION RANCH HAND

      Archives of environmental health
    11. HOOIVELD M; HEEDERIK DJJ; KOGEVINAS M; BOFFETTA P; NEEDHAM LL; PATTERSON DG; BUENODEMESQUITA HB
      2ND FOLLOW-UP OF A DUTCH COHORT OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED TO PHENOXY HERBICIDES, CHLOROPHENOLS, AND CONTAMINANTS

      American journal of epidemiology
    12. ZAHM SH
      MORTALITY STUDY OF PESTICIDE APPLICATORS AND OTHER EMPLOYEES OF A LAWN CARE SERVICE COMPANY

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    13. WEISS W; NASH D
      AN EPIDEMIC OF LUNG-CANCER DUE TO CHLOROMETHYL ETHERS - 30 YEARS OF OBSERVATION

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    14. WONG O; RAABE GK
      MULTIPLE-MYELOMA AND BENZENE EXPOSURE IN A MULTINATIONAL COHORT OF MORE THAN 250,000 PETROLEUM WORKERS

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    15. CHEN R; SEATON A
      A METAANALYSIS OF MORTALITY AMONG WORKERS EXPOSED TO ORGANIC-SOLVENTS

      Occupational medicine
    16. WANNER R; PANTELEYEV A; HENZ BM; ROSENBACH T
      RETINOIC ACID AFFECTS THE EXPRESSION RATE OF THE DIFFERENTIATION-RELATED GENES ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR, ARNT AND KERATIN-4 IN PROLIFERATIVE KERATINOCYTES ONLY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    17. RAMLOW JM; SPADACENE NW; HOAG SR; STAFFORD BA
      MORTALITY IN A COHORT OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL MANUFACTURING WORKERS, 1940-1989

      American journal of industrial medicine
    18. WARD EM; RUDER AM; SURUDA A; SMITH AB; FESSLERFLESCH CA; ZAHM SH
      ACUTE AND CHRONIC LIVER TOXICITY RESULTING FROM EXPOSURE TO CHLORINATED NAPHTHALENES AT A CABLE MANUFACTURING PLANT DURING WORLD-WAR-II

      American journal of industrial medicine
    19. WHYSNER J; WILLIAMS GM
      2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN MECHANISTIC DATA AND RISK ASSESSMENT - GENE-REGULATION, CYTOTOXICITY, ENHANCED CELL-PROLIFERATION, AND TUMOR PROMOTION

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    20. BOFFA MJ; HERON RJL; WILKINSON SM; BECK MH
      ALLERGIC CONTACT-DERMATITIS FROM 3-(ALPHA-METHOXY) METHYLENEBENZOFURAN-2(3H)-ONE (MBF) AND ALPHA-CHLORO-4-FLUOROACETOPHENONE (CFAP) IN CHEMICAL PROCESS WORKERS

      Contact dermatitis
    21. LINET MS; YIN SN; TRAVIS LB; LI CY; ZHANG ZN; LI DG; ROTHMAN N; LI GL; CHOW WH; DONALDSON J; DOSEMECI M; WACHOLDER S; BLOT WJ; HAYES RB; WANG YZ; DAI TR; CHAO XJ; QING C; JIANG ZL; ZHANG WU; YE PZ; KOU QR; FAN YH; ZHANG XC; LIN XF; MENG JF; ZHO JS
      CLINICAL-FEATURES OF HEMATOPOIETIC MALIGNANCIES AND RELATED DISORDERSAMONG BENZENE-EXPOSED WORKERS IN CHINA

      Environmental health perspectives
    22. RAABE GK; WONG O
      LEUKEMIA MORTALITY BY CELL-TYPE IN PETROLEUM WORKERS WITH POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO BENZENE

      Environmental health perspectives
    23. WONG O; RAABE GK
      CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC LEUKEMIA ANALYSES IN A COMBINED COHORT OF MORE THAN 208,000 PETROLEUM WORKERS IN THE UNITED-STATES AND THE UNITED-KINGDOM, 1937-1989

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    24. FLESCHJANYS D; BERGER J; GURN P; MANZ A; NAGEL S; WALTSGOTT H; DWYER JH
      EXPOSURE TO POLYCHLORINATED DIOXINS AND FURANS (PCDD F) AND MORTALITYIN A COHORT OF WORKERS FROM A HERBICIDE-PRODUCING PLANT IN HAMBURG, FEDERAL-REPUBLIC-OF-GERMANY/

      American journal of epidemiology
    25. LONG G; MEEK ME; CALDWELL I; BARTLETT S; SAVARD S
      DICHLOROMETHANE - EVALUATION OF RISKS TO HEALTH FROM ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE IN CANADA

      Environmental carcinogenesis & ecotoxicology reviews
    26. SMITH AH; DUGGAN HM; WRIGHT C
      ASSESSMENT OF CANCER CLUSTERS USING LIMITED COHORT DATA WITH SPREADSHEETS - APPLICATION TO A LEUKEMIA CLUSTER AMONG RUBBER WORKERS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    27. OLSEN GW; LACY SE; CHAMBERLIN SR; ALBERT DL; ARCENEAUX TG; BULLARD LF; STAFFORD BA; BOSWELL JM
      RETROSPECTIVE COHORT MORTALITY STUDY OF WORKERS WITH POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO EPICHLOROHYDRIN AND ALLYL CHLORIDE

      American journal of industrial medicine
    28. LI GL; LINET MS; HAYES RB; YIN SN; DOSEMECI M; WANG YZ; CHOW WH; JIANG ZL; WACHOLDER S; ZHANG WU; DAI TR; CHAO XJ; ZHANG XC; YE PZ; KOU QR; MENG JF; ZHO JS; LIN XF; DING CY; WU C; BLOT WJ
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN HEMATOPOIETIC AND LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERSAND OTHER CANCER RISKS BY MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUP AMONG WORKERS EXPOSED TO BENZENE IN CHINA

      Journal of occupational medicine
    29. GOETZ CG; BOLLA KI; ROGERS SM
      NEUROLOGIC HEALTH OUTCOMES AND AGENT-ORANGE - INSTITUTE-OF-MEDICINE REPORT

      Neurology
    30. OTT MG; MESSERER P; ZOBER A
      ASSESSMENT OF PAST OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN USING BLOOD LIPID ANALYSES

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    31. BARANSKI B
      EFFECTS OF THE WORKPLACE ON FERTILITY AND RELATED REPRODUCTIVE OUTCOMES

      Environmental health perspectives
    32. SCHECTER A; RYAN JJ; PAPKE O; BALL M; LIS A
      ELEVATED DIOXIN LEVELS IN THE BLOOD OF MALE AND FEMALE RUSSIAN WORKERS WITH AND WITHOUT CHLORACNE 25 YEARS AFTER PHENOXYHERBICIDE EXPOSURE - THE UFA KHIMPROM INCIDENT

      Chemosphere
    33. RING J
      THE SKIN AND THE ENVIRONMENT

      Hautarzt


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