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    1. Jo, WK; Kim, SH
      Worker exposure to aromatic volatile organic compounds in dry cleaning stores

      AIHAJ
    2. Biswas, DK; Asthana, SR; Rau, VG
      Pollution management with techno-economic evaluation for coke based and cokeless cupolas

      APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING
    3. Ruden, C
      The use and evaluation of primary data in 29 trichloroethylene carcinogen risk assessments

      REGULATORY TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Weiderpass, E; Pukkala, E; Vasama-Neuvonen, K; Kauppinen, T; Vainio, H; Paakkulainen, H; Boffetta, P; Partanen, T
      Occupational exposures and cancers of the endometrium and cervix uteri in Finland

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    5. Mirer, FE
      RE: MTBE misclassified

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    6. Sakamoto, K; Terauchi, Y; Ishitani, O; Kamide, M; Wang, Q
      Emission control of SO2 by dry coal-cleaning and bio-briquette technology

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    7. Ojajarvi, A; Partanen, T; Ahlbom, A; Boffetta, P; Hakulinen, T; Jourenkova, N; Kauppinen, T; Kogevinas, M; Vainio, H; Weiderpass, E; Wesseling, C
      Risk of pancreatic cancer in workers exposed to chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents and related compounds: A meta-analysis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    8. Garabrant, DH; Dumas, C
      Epidemiology of organic solvents and connective tissue disease

      ARTHRITIS RESEARCH
    9. Lavin, AL; Jacobson, CF; DeSesso, JM
      An assessment of the carcinogenic potential of trichloroethylene in humans

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    10. Pohlabeln, H; Boffetta, P; Ahrens, W; Merletti, F; Agudo, A; Benhamou, E; Benhamou, S; Bruske-Hohlfeld, I; Ferro, G; Fortes, C; Kreuzer, M; Mendes, A; Nyberg, F; Pershagen, G; Saracci, R; Schmid, G; Siemiatycki, J; Simonato, L; Whitley, E; Wichmann, HE; Winck, C; Zambon, P; Jockel, KH
      Occupational risks for lung cancer among nonsmokers

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    11. Saillenfait, AM; Robert, E
      Occupational exposure to organic solvents and pregnancy. Review of currentepidemiologic knowledge

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    12. Furuki, K; Ukai, H; Okamoto, S; Takada, S; Kawai, T; Miyama, Y; Mitsuyoshi, K; Zhang, ZW; Higashikawa, K; Ikeda, M
      Monitoring of occupational exposure to tetrachloroethene by analysis for unmetabolized tetrachloroethene in blood and urine in comparison with urinalysis for trichloroacetic acid

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    13. Parent, ME; Hua, Y; Siemiatycki, J
      Occupational risk factors for renal cell carcinoma in Montreal

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    14. Vereecke, G; Rohr, E; Heyns, MM
      Influence of beam incidence angle on dry laser cleaning of surface particles

      APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE
    15. Wartenberg, D; Reyner, D; Scott, CS
      Trichloroethylene and cancer: Epidemiologic evidence

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    16. Chao, CYH; Tung, TCW; Niu, JL; Pang, SW; Lee, RYM
      Indoor perchloroethylene accumulation from dry cleaned clothing on residential premises

      BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT
    17. Kolstad, HA; Bonde, JP; Spano, M; Giwercman, A; Zschiesche, W; Kaae, D; Larsen, SB; Roeleveld, N
      Change in semen quality and sperm chromatin structure following occupational styrene exposure

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    18. Blair, A; Zahm, SH; Silverman, DT
      Occupational cancer among women: Research status and methodologic consideration

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    19. Dosemeci, M; Cocco, P; Chow, WH
      Gender differences in risk of renal cell carcinoma and occupational exposures to chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    20. Vasama-Neuvonen, K; Pukkala, E; Paakkulainen, H; Mutanen, P; Weiderpass, E; Boffetta, P; Shen, NY; Kauppinen, T; Vainio, H; Partanen, T
      Ovarian cancer and occupational exposures in Finland

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    21. Nakamura, M; Arima, Y; Nobuhara, S; Miyachi, Y
      Chemical burn due to dry-cleaning solvent

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    22. Paulu, C; Aschengrau, A; Ozonoff, D
      Tetrachloroethylene-contaminated drinking water in Massachusetts and the risk of colon-rectum, lung, and other cancers

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    23. Kwon, SK; Kim, DH; Baek, JT
      Silicon epitaxial film growth on silicon substrate exposed to UV-excited NF3/H-2 gas for native oxide removal

      JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH
    24. Wu, X; Sacher, E; Meunier, M
      Excimer laser induced removal of particles from hydrophilic silicon surfaces

      JOURNAL OF ADHESION
    25. SALLMEN M; LINDBOHM ML; ANTTILA A; KYYRONEN P; TASKINEN H; NYKYRI E; HEMMINKI K
      TIME TO PREGNANCY AMONG THE WIVES OF MEN EXPOSED TO ORGANIC-SOLVENTS

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    26. NAMIKI N; OTANI Y; EMI H
      REMOVAL OF FINE PARTICLES FROM VARIOUS SU RFACES BY CONSECUTIVE PULSEAIR-JETS - PREDICTION OF PARTICLE REMOVAL EFFICIENCY WITH RESUSPENSION PARAMETER

      Kagaku kogaku ronbunshu
    27. WEIDERPASS E; PARTANEN T; KAAKS R; VAINIO H; PORTA M; KAUPPINEN T; OJAJARVI A; BOFFETTA P; MALATS N
      OCCURRENCE, TRENDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETIOLOGY OF PANCREATIC-CANCER

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    28. SHEN NY; WEIDERPASS E; ANTTILA A; GOLDBERG MS; VASAMANEUVONEN KM; BOFFETTA P; VAINIO HU; PARTANEN TJ
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK-FACTORS RELATED TO OVARIAN-CANCER

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    29. WELP EA; WEIDERPASS E; BOFFETTA P; VAINIO H; VASAMANEUVONEN K; PETRALIA S; PARTANEN TJ
      ENVIRONMENTAL RISK-FACTORS OF BREAST-CANCER

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    30. PETRALIA SA; CHOW WH; MCLAUGHLIN J; JIN F; GAO YT; DOSEMECI M
      OCCUPATIONAL RISK-FACTORS FOR BREAST-CANCER AMONG WOMEN IN SHANGHAI

      American journal of industrial medicine
    31. VAMVAKAS S; BRUNING T; THOMASSON B; LAMMERT M; BAUMULLER A; BOLT HM; DEKANT W; BIRNER G; HENSCHLER D; ULM K
      RENAL-CELL CANCER CORRELATED WITH OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO TRICHLOROETHENE

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    32. TAM AC; PARK HK; GRIGOROPOULOS CP
      LASER CLEANING OF SURFACE CONTAMINANTS

      Applied surface science
    33. COUPLAND K; HERMAN PR; GU B
      LASER CLEANING OF ABLATION DEBRIS FROM CO2-LASER-ETCHED VIAS IN POLYIMIDE

      Applied surface science
    34. JUNG SC; PARK JS; YOON YB; ROH JS; KIM JJ
      THE EFFECT OF PRECLEANING TREATMENTS ON THE FORMATION OF TI SILICIDE

      Applied surface science
    35. ASCHENGRAU A; PAULU C; OZONOFF D
      TETRACHLOROETHYLENE-CONTAMINATED DRINKING-WATER AND THE RISK OF BREAST-CANCER

      Environmental health perspectives
    36. LASH LH; QIAN W; PUTT DA; DESAI K; ELFARRA AA; SICURI AR; PARKER JC
      GLUTATHIONE CONJUGATION OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE IN RATS AND MICE IN-VITRO - SEX-DEPENDENT, SPECIES-DEPENDENT, AND TISSUE-DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    37. ISENSCHMID DS; CASSIN BJ; HEPLER BR; KANLUEN S
      TETRACHLOROETHYLENE INTOXICATION IN AN AUTOEROTIC FATALITY

      Journal of forensic sciences
    38. VAUGHAN TL; STEWART PA; DAVIS S; THOMAS DB
      WORK IN DRY-CLEANING AND THE INCIDENCE OF CANCER OF THE ORAL CAVITY, LARYNX, AND ESOPHAGUS

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    39. DOYLE P; ROMAN E; BERAL V; BROOKES M
      SPONTANEOUS-ABORTION IN DRY-CLEANING WORKERS POTENTIALLY EXPOSED TO PERCHLOROETHYLENE

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    40. MCLAUGHLIN JK; BLOT WJ
      A CRITICAL-REVIEW OF EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDIES OF TRICHLOROETHYLENE AND PERCHLOROETHYLENE AND RISK OF RENAL-CELL CANCER

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    41. THOMPSON KM; EVANS JS
      THE VALUE OF IMPROVED NATIONAL EXPOSURE INFORMATION FOR PERCHLOROETHYLENE (PERC) - A CASE-STUDY FOR DRY CLEANERS

      Risk analysis
    42. WALKER JT; BURNETT CA; LALICH NR; SESTITO JP; HALPERIN WE
      CANCER MORTALITY AMONG LAUNDRY AND DRY-CLEANING WORKERS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    43. SANDLER DP; ROSS JA
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE-LEUKEMIA IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS

      Seminars in oncology
    44. PULLEN JA
      DECODING THE ASTM CARE SYMBOL SYSTEM

      Textile chemist and colorist
    45. GOLDBERG MS
      OCCUPATIONAL RISK-FACTORS FOR FEMALE BREAST-CANCER - A REVIEW

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    46. FRITSCHI L; SIEMIATYCKI J
      MELANOMA AND OCCUPATION - RESULTS OF A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    47. TAS S; LAUWERYS R; LISON D
      OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS FOR THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE-SYSTEM

      Critical reviews in toxicology
    48. ULM K; HENSCHLER D; VAMVAKAS S
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO PERCHLOROETHYLENE

      CCC. Cancer causes & control
    49. WEISS NS
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO PERCHLOROETHYLENE - REPLY

      CCC. Cancer causes & control
    50. WARREN DA; REIGLE TG; MURALIDHARA S; DALLAS CE
      SCHEDULE-CONTROLLED OPERANT-BEHAVIOR OF RATS FOLLOWING ORAL-ADMINISTRATION OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE - TIME-COURSE AND RELATIONSHIP TO BLOOD ANDBRAIN SOLVENT LEVELS

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    51. KIKUCHI J; NAGASAKA M; FUJIMURA S; YANO H; HORIIKE Y
      CLEANING OF SILICON SURFACES BY NF3-ADDED HYDROGEN AND WATER-VAPOR PLASMA DOWNSTREAM TREATMENT

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    52. LINDBOHM ML
      EFFECTS OF PARENTAL EXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS ON PREGNANCY OUTCOME

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    53. ANTTILA A; PUKKALA E; SALLMEN M; HERNBERG S; HEMMINKI K
      CANCER INCIDENCE AMONG FINNISH WORKERS EXPOSED TO HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    54. WEISS NS
      CANCER IN RELATION TO OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO PERCHLOROETHYLENE

      CCC. Cancer causes & control
    55. BERLIN KJ; EDLING C; PERSSON B; AHLBORG G; HILLERT L; HOGSTEDT B; LUNDBERG I; SVENSSON BG; THIRINGER G; ORBAEK P
      CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY OF PATIENTS WITH SUSPECTED SOLVENT-RELATED DISORDERS

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    56. SAILLENFAIT AM; LANGONNE I; SABATE JP
      DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY OF TRICHLOROETHYLENE, TETRACHLOROETHYLENE AND 4 OF THEIR METABOLITES IN RAT WHOLE-EMBRYO CULTURE

      Archives of toxicology
    57. RAMLOW JM
      CRITIQUE OF REVIEW OF CHLORINATED SOLVENTS EPIDEMIOLOGY

      American journal of industrial medicine
    58. DELAHUNT B; BETHWAITE PB; NACEY JN
      OCCUPATIONAL RISK FOR RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA - A CASE-CONTROL STUDY BASED ON THE NEW-ZEALAND CANCER REGISTRY

      British Journal of Urology
    59. AUPERIN A; BENHAMOU S; ORYPAOLETTI C; FLAMANT R
      OCCUPATIONAL RISK-FACTORS FOR RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA - A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    60. LITEPLO RG; MEEK ME
      TETRACHLOROETHYLENE - EVALUATION OF RISKS TO HEALTH FROM ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE IN CANADA

      Environmental carcinogenesis & ecotoxicology reviews
    61. MELLEMGAARD A; ENGHOLM G; MCLAUGHLIN JK; OLSEN JH
      OCCUPATIONAL RISK-FACTORS FOR RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA IN DENMARK

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    62. CAVALLERI A; GOBBA F; PALTRINIERI M; FANTUZZI G; RIGHI E; AGGAZZOTTI G
      PERCHLOROETHYLENE EXPOSURE CAN INDUCE COLOR-VISION LOSS

      Neuroscience letters
    63. MUNRO IC
      INTERPRETIVE REVIEW OF THE POTENTIAL ADVERSE-EFFECTS OF CHLORINATED ORGANIC-CHEMICALS ON HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    64. TAKEMURA Y; SENOO K; MUKAI T; SUZUKI M
      DECOMPOSING ORGANIC CHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN DRY-CLEANING WASTE-WATER BYFENTONS REACTION ON RETICULATED IRON

      Water science and technology
    65. HEINEMAN EF; COCCO P; GOMEZ MR; DOSEMECI M; STEWART PA; HAYES RB; ZAHM SH; THOMAS TL; BLAIR A
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO CHLORINATED ALIPHATIC-HYDROCARBONS AND RISK OF ASTROCYTIC BRAIN CANCER

      American journal of industrial medicine
    66. COHN P; KLOTZ J; BOVE F; BERKOWITZ M; FAGLIANO J
      DRINKING-WATER CONTAMINATION AND THE INCIDENCE OF LEUKEMIA AND NON-HODGKINS-LYMPHOMA

      Environmental health perspectives
    67. AGGAZZOTTI G; FANTUZZI G; PREDIERI G; RIGHI E; MOSCARDELLI S
      INDOOR EXPOSURE TO PERCHLOROETHYLENE (PCE) IN INDIVIDUALS LIVING WITHDRY-CLEANING WORKERS

      Science of the total environment
    68. DALLAS CE; MURALIDHARA S; CHEN XM; RAMANATHAN R; VARKONYI P; GALLO JM; BRUCKNER JV
      USE OF A PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED MODEL TO PREDICT SYSTEMIC UPTAKE AND RESPIRATORY ELIMINATION OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    69. THOMPSON KM; EVANS JS
      WORKERS BREATH AS A SOURCE OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE (PERC) IN THE HOME

      Journal of exposure analysis and environmental epidemiology
    70. DOUTRELLOTPHILIPPON C; HAGUENOER JM; CAPRON JP
      CHEMICALLY-INDUCED OCCUPATIONAL LIVER-DIS EASES

      Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique
    71. SCHREIBER JS
      PREDICTED INFANT EXPOSURE TO TETRACHLOROETHENE IN HUMAN BREAST-MILK

      Risk analysis
    72. FRANGOS SA; PETERS JM
      CHLORINATED-HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS - SUBSTITUTING OUR WAY TOWARD HUMAN CARCINOGENICITY

      American journal of industrial medicine
    73. BATES CJ; WILCOX MH; SMITH TL; SPENCER RC
      THE EFFICACY OF A HOSPITAL DRY CLEANING CYCLE IN DISINFECTING MATERIAL CONTAMINATED WITH BACTERIA AND VIRUSES

      The Journal of hospital infection
    74. HARD GC; RODGERS IS; BAETCKE KP; RICHARDS WL; MCGAUGHY RE; VALCOVIC LR
      HAZARD EVALUATION OF CHEMICALS THAT CAUSE ACCUMULATION OF ALPHA-2U-GLOBULIN, HYALINE DROPLET NEPHROPATHY, AND TUBULE NEOPLASIA IN THE KIDNEYS OF MALE-RATS

      Environmental health perspectives
    75. POOLE C; DREYER NA; SATTERFIELD MH; LEVIN L; ROTHMAN KJ
      KIDNEY CANCER AND HYDROCARBON EXPOSURES AMONG PETROLEUM REFINERY WORKERS

      Environmental health perspectives
    76. MCLAUGHLIN JK
      RENAL-CELL CANCER AND EXPOSURE TO GASOLINE - A REVIEW

      Environmental health perspectives
    77. ASCHENGRAU A; OZONOFF D; PAULU C; COOGAN P; VEZINA R; HEEREN T; ZHANG YQ
      CANCER RISK AND TETRACHLOROETHYLENE-CONTAMINATED DRINKING-WATER IN MASSACHUSETTS

      Archives of environmental health


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