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    1. Harreus, UA; Wallner, BC; Kastenbauer, ER; Kleinsasser, NH
      DNA-repair capacity of human mucosal cells and lymphocytes demonstrated bythe comet assay.

      LARYNGO-RHINO-OTOLOGIE
    2. Sierra, LM; Tosal, L; Nivard, MJM; Comendador, MA; Vogel, EW
      The importance of distinct metabolites of N-nitrosodiethylamine for its invivo mutagenic specificity

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    3. Sakairi, T; Kobayashi, K; Goto, K; Okada, M; Kusakabe, M; Tsuchiya, T; Sugimoto, J; Sano, F; Mutai, M; Morohashi, T
      Immunohistochemical characterization of hepatoblasomas in B6C3F1 mice treated with diethylnitrosamine and sodium phenobarbital

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    4. Park, TJ; Kim, HS; Byun, KH; Jang, JJ; Lee, YS; Lim, IK
      Sequential changes in hepatocarcinogenesis induced by diethylnitrosamine plus thioacetamide in Fischer 344 rats: Induction of gankyrin expression in liver fibrosis, pRB degradation in cirrhosis, and methylation of p16(INK4A)exon 1 in hepatocellular carcinoma

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    5. Hirose, M; Hoshiya, T; Mizoguchi, Y; Nakamura, A; Akagi, K; Shirai, T
      Green tea catechins enhance tumor development in the colon without effectsin the lung or thyroid after pretreatment with 1,2-dimethylhydrazine or 2,2 '-dihydroxy-di-n-propylnitrosamine in male F344 rats

      CANCER LETTERS
    6. Thirunavukkarasu, C; Singh, JPV; Selvendiran, K; Sakthisekaran, D
      Chemopreventive efficacy of selenium against N-nitrosodiethylamine-inducedhepatoma in albino rats

      CELL BIOCHEMISTRY AND FUNCTION
    7. Thirunavukkarasu, C; Sakthisekaran, D
      Effect of selenium on N-nitrosodiethylamine-induced multistage hepatocarcinogenesis with reference to lipid peroxidation and enzymic antioxidants

      CELL BIOCHEMISTRY AND FUNCTION
    8. Asano, K; Satoh, K; Kochi, M; Kusama, K; Sakagami, H
      Tumor-specific action of sodium 5,6-benzylidene-L-ascorbate in N-nitrosodiethylamine-administered mouse model

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    9. Katiyar, SK; Afaq, F; Perez, A; Mukhtar, H
      Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate treatment of human skin inhibits ultraviolet radiation-induced oxidative stress

      CARCINOGENESIS
    10. Oreffo, V; Singh, R; Rich, KJ; Shuker, DEG; Carthew, P; Cordero, R; Van Delft, JHM; Farmer, PB
      DNA adducts in relation to lung tumour outcome are not markers of susceptibility following a single dose treatment of SWR, BALB/c and C57BL/6J mice with N-nitrosodiethylamine

      BIOMARKERS
    11. Grudzinski, IP; Frankiewicz-Jozko, A; Gajewska, J; Szczypka, M; Szymanski, A
      Effects of whole-body gamma-irradiation on lipid peroxidation and anti-oxidant enzymes in the liver of N-nitrosodiethylamine-treated mice

      POLISH JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
    12. Grudzinski, IP
      Effect of gamma irradiation on intestinal crypts survival in mice pretreated with N-nitrosodiethylamine

      POLISH JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
    13. Finnberg, N; Stenius, U; Hogberg, J
      Xenobiotics modulate the p53 response to DNA damage in preneoplastic enzyme-altered foci in rat liver; Effects of diethylnitrosamine and phenobarbital

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    14. Kitano, M; Wanibuchi, H; Kikuzaki, H; Nakatani, N; Imaoka, S; Funae, K; Hayashi, S; Fukushima, S
      Chemopreventive effects of coumaperine from pepper on the initiation stageof chemical hepatocarcinogenesis in the rat

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    15. Kovriznych, JA; Urbancikova, M
      Toxicity of N-nitrosodiethylamine for guppy Poecilia reticulata in carcinogenicity tests

      JOURNAL OF TRACE AND MICROPROBE TECHNIQUES
    16. Rajeshkumar, NV; Kuttan, R
      Inhibition of N-nitrosodiethylamine-induced hepatocarcinogenesis by Picroliv

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    17. Rao, KVK; Mahudawala, DM; Redkar, AA
      Malachite green induced malignant transformation of syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells in primary culture: Transformation is associated with enhanced expression of altered p53, bcl-2 and decreased sensitivity to apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    18. Rajeshkumar, NV; Kuttan, R
      Phyllanthus amarus extract administration increases the life span of rats with hepatocellular carcinoma

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    19. Sundarrajan, M; Fernandis, AZ; Subrahmanyam, G; Prabhudesai, S; Krishnamurthy, SC; Rao, KVK
      Overexpression of G1/S cyclins and PCNA and their relationship to tyrosinephosphorylation and dephosphorylation during tumor promotion by metanil yellow and malachite green

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    20. Westphal, GA; Bunger, J; Schulz, TG; Muller, MM; Hallier, E
      Mutagenicity of N-nitrosodiethylamine in the Ames test with S-typhimurium TA1535 is doe to volatile metabolites and is not dependent on cytochrome P4502E1 induction

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    21. Sasaki, Y; Tsujiuchi, T; Murata, N; Kubozoe, T; Tsutsumi, M; Konishi, Y
      Absence of p16, p21 and p53 gene alterations in hepatocellular carcinomas induced by N-nitrosodiethylamine or a choline-deficient L-amino acid-defined diet in rats

      CANCER LETTERS
    22. Chuang, SE; Cheng, AL; Lin, JK; Kuo, ML
      Inhibition by curcumin of diethylnitrosamine-induced hepatic hyperplasia, inflammation, cellular gene products and cell-cycle-related proteins in rats

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    23. Shoda, T; Mitsumori, K; Onodera, H; Toyoda, E; Uneyama, C; Takada, K; Hirose, H
      Liver tumor-promoting effect of beta-naphthoflavone, a strong CYP 1A1/2 inducer, and the relationship between CYP 1A1/2 induction and Cx32 decrease in its hepatocarcinogenesis in the rat

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    24. Williams, GM; Iatropoulos, MJ; Jeffrey, AM
      Mechanistic basis for nonlinearities and thresholds in rat liver carcinogenesis by the DNA-reactive carcinogens 2-acetylaminofluorene and diethylnitrosamine

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    25. Lee, GH
      Paradoxical effects of phenobarbital on mouse hepatocarcinogenesis

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    26. Gunning, WT; Kramer, PM; Lubet, RA; Steele, VE; Pereira, MA
      Chemoprevention of vinyl carbamate-induced lung tumors in strain a mice

      EXPERIMENTAL LUNG RESEARCH
    27. Kim, SB; Lee, MJ; Hong, JI; Li, C; Smith, TJ; Yang, GY; Seril, DN; Yang, CS
      Plasma and tissue levels of tea catechins in rats and mice during chronic consumption of green tea polyphenols

      NUTRITION AND CANCER-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    28. Steele, VE; Kelloff, GJ; Balentine, D; Boone, CW; Mehta, R; Bagheri, D; Sigman, CC; Zhu, SY; Sharma, S
      Comparative chemopreventive mechanisms of green tea, black tea and selected polyphenol extracts measured by in vitro bioassays

      CARCINOGENESIS
    29. Anna, CH; Sills, RC; Foley, JF; Stockton, PS; Ton, TV; Devereux, TR
      beta-Catenin mutations and protein accumulation in all hepatoblastomas examined from B6C3F1 mice treated with anthraquinone or oxazepam

      CANCER RESEARCH
    30. Giri, RK; Das, BR
      Mutational activation of c-Ha-ras oncogene or cancer promotion by phenobarbital upregulates the transcription of c-jun and c-myc oncogene in N-nitrosodiethylamine-mediated hepatocarcinogenesis

      HEPATOLOGY RESEARCH
    31. Goto, Y; Matsuda, T; Ito, K; Huh, HH; Thomale, J; Rajewsky, MF; Hayatsu, H; Negishi, T
      Mutagenicities of N-nitrosodimethylamine and N-nitrosodiethylamine in Drosophila and their relationship to the levels of O-alkyl adducts in DNA

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    32. Kuroda, Y; Hara, Y
      Antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic activity of tea polyphenols

      MUTATION RESEARCH-REVIEWS IN MUTATION RESEARCH
    33. Brown-Peterson, NJ; Krol, RM; Zhu, YL; Hawkins, WE
      N-nitrosodiethylamine initiation of carcinogenesis in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): Hepatocellular proliferation, toxicity, and neoplastic lesions resulting from short term, low level exposure

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    34. Giri, RK; Parija, T; Das, BR
      d-limonene chemoprevention of hepatocarcinogenesis in AKR mice: Inhibitionof c-jun and c-myc

      ONCOLOGY REPORTS
    35. Rahman, KMW; Sugie, S; Okamoto, K; Watanabe, T; Tanaka, T; Mori, H
      Modulating effects of diets high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in initiation and postinitiation stages of diethylnitrosamine-induced hepatocarcinogenesis in rats

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    36. Shoda, T; Mitsumori, K; Onodera, H; Toyoda, K; Uneyama, C; Imazawa, T; Hirose, M
      The relationship between decrease in Cx32 and induction of P450 isozymes in the early phase of clofibrate hepatocarcinogenesis in the rat

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    37. Williams, GM; Iatropoulos, MJ; Jeffrey, AM; Luo, FQ; Wang, CX; Pittman, B
      Diethylnitrosamine exposure-responses for DNA ethylation, hepatocellular proliferation, and initiation of carcinogenesis in rat liver display non-linearities and thresholds

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    38. Choudhury, S; Krishna, M; Bhattacharya, RK
      Modulation of NDEA activated ras expression and protein kinase C activity by nicotinamide

      CANCER LETTERS
    39. Yoshida, M; Miyajima, K; Shiraki, K; Ando, J; Kudoh, K; Nakae, D; Takahashi, M; Maekawa, A
      Hepatotoxicity and consequently increased cell proliferation are associated with flumequine hepatocarcinogenesis in mice

      CANCER LETTERS
    40. Jeena, KJ; Joy, KL; Kuttan, R
      Effect of Emblica officinalis, Phyllanthus amarus and Picrorrhiza kurroa on N-nitrosodiethylamine induced hepatocarcinogenesis

      CANCER LETTERS
    41. Thirunavukkarasu, C; Ebrahim, AS; Babu, E; Jagadeeswaran, R; Sakthisekaran, D
      Protective efficacy of selenium on N-nitrosodiethylamine-induced alterations in carbohydrate metabolism, studied in experimental hepatoma

      MEDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    42. Glavin, AA; Mikhailenko, VM; Kishko, TO; Smerdova, LN; Rubenchik, BL; Dmitrenko, NP
      Activity of xanthine oxidase, lipid peroxidation and formation of DNA single strand breaks after endogenic synthesis of carcinogenic N-nitrosoamines in rat

      EXPERIMENTAL ONCOLOGY
    43. Shoda, T; Onodera, H; Takeda, M; Uneyama, C; Imazawa, T; Takegawa, K; Yasuhara, K; Watanabe, T; Hirose, M; Mitsumori, K
      Liver tumor promoting effects of fenbendazole in rats

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    44. Munday, R; Munday, CM
      Low doses of diallyl disulfide, a compound derived from garlic, increase tissue activities of quinone reductase and glutathione transferase in the gastrointestinal tract of the rat

      NUTRITION AND CANCER-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    45. Vogelbein, WK; Fournie, JW; Cooper, PS; Van Veld, PA
      Hepatoblastomas in the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus (L.), from a creosote-contaminated environment: a histologic, ultrastructural and immunohistochemical study

      JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES
    46. Diwan, BA; Riggs, CW; Logsdon, D; Haines, DC; Olivero, OA; Rice, JM; Yuspa, SH; Poirier, MC; Anderson, LM
      Multiorgan transplacental and neonatal carcinogenicity of 3 '-azido-3 '-deoxythymidine in mice

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    47. WILLIAMS GM; IATROPOULOS MJ; WANG CX; JEFFREY AM; THOMPSON S; PITTMAN B; PALASCH M; GEBHARDT R
      NONLINEARITIES IN 2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE EXPOSURE RESPONSES FOR GENOTOXIC AND EPIGENETIC EFFECTS LEADING TO INITIATION OF CARCINOGENESIS IN RAT-LIVER

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    48. BANSAL AK; BHATNAGAR D
      IN-VITRO EFFECT OF N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE ON LIPID-PEROXIDATION AND ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES IN RAT ERYTHROCYTES

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    49. Jose, JK; Kuttan, R; Bhattacharya, RK
      Effect of Emblica officinalis extract on hepatocarcinogenesis and carcinogen metabolism

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION
    50. Nakae, D; Denda, A; Kobayashi, Y; Akai, H; Kishida, H; Tsujiuchi, T; Konishi, Y; Suzuki, T; Muramatsu, M
      Inhibition of early-phase exogenous and endogenous liver carcinogenesis intransgenic rats harboring a rat glutathione S-transferase placental form gene

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    51. BUABBAS A; CLIFFORD MN; WALKER R; IOANNIDES C
      CONTRIBUTION OF CAFFEINE AND FLAVANOLS IN THE INDUCTION OF HEPATIC PHASE-II ACTIVITIES BY GREEN TEA

      Food and chemical toxicology
    52. LEE VM; CAMERON RG; ARCHER MC
      ZONAL LOCATION OF COMPENSATORY HEPATOCYTE PROLIFERATION FOLLOWING CHEMICALLY-INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY IN RATS AND HUMANS

      Toxicologic pathology
    53. STONER GD
      INTRODUCTION TO MOUSE LUNG TUMORIGENESIS

      Experimental lung research
    54. LEE GH; OOASA T; OSANAI M
      MECHANISM OF THE PARADOXICAL, INHIBITORY EFFECT OF PHENOBARBITAL ON HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS INITIATED IN INFANT B6C3F(1) MICE WITH DIETHYLNITROSAMINE

      Cancer research
    55. ROBBIANO L; MERETO E; MORANDO AM; PASTORE P; BRAMBILLA G
      AN IN-VIVO MICRONUCLEUS ASSAY FOR DETECTING THE CLASTOGENIC EFFECT INRAT-KIDNEY CELLS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    56. SINGH S; KHANDUJA KL; MITTAL PK
      MUTAGENIC POTENTIAL OF BENZO(A)PYRENE AND N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE IS NOT AFFECTED BY 50-HZ SINUSOIDAL ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELD

      Electro- and magnetobiology
    57. YAMASHITA Y; SUMI N; ARIMOTO S; HAYATSU H
      ENHANCEMENT OF THE CLASTOGENICITY OF N-NITROSODIALKYLAMINES PLUS NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET IRRADIATION BY ETHANOL IN CHINESE-HAMSTER LUNG FIBROBLASTS

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    58. TANAKA H; HIROSE M; KAWABE M; SANO M; TAKESADA Y; HAGIWARA A; SHIRAI T
      POSTINITIATION INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF GREEN TEA CATECHINS ON 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE-INDUCED MAMMARY-GLAND CARCINOGENESIS IN FEMALE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Cancer letters
    59. HIROSE M; MIZOGUCHI Y; YAONO M; TANAKA H; YAMAGUCHI T; SHIRAI T
      EFFECTS OF GREEN TEA CATECHINS ON THE PROGRESSION OR LATE PROMOTION STAGE OF MAMMARY-GLAND CARCINOGENESIS IN FEMALE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS PRETREATED WITH 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ(A)ANTHRACENE

      Cancer letters
    60. GIRI RK; BARAL RN; DAS BR
      INDUCTION OF LUNG CARCINOGENESIS IN AKR-MICE BY N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINEPHENOBARBITONE, ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH EXPRESSION OF C-MYC AND C-JUN ONCOPROTEINS/

      Cancer letters
    61. MITSUMORI K; ONODERA H; SHODA T; UNEYAMA C; IMAZAWA T; TAKEGAWA K; YASUHARA K; WATANABE T; TAKAHASHI M
      LIVER TUMOR-PROMOTING EFFECTS OF OXFENDAZOLE IN RATS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    62. ESPINOSAAGUIRRE JJ; RUBIO J; LOPEZ I; NOSTI R; ASTEINZA J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CYP ISOZYME PROFILE INDUCED BY CYCLOHEXANOL

      Mutagenesis
    63. MOSER GJ; WOLF DC; GOLDSWORTHY TL
      QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-ALPHA AND HEPATIC FOCAL PHENOTYPE AND PROGRESSION IN FEMALE MOUSE-LIVER

      Toxicologic pathology
    64. NIMS RW; PROUGH RA; JONES CR; STOCKUS DL; DRAGNEV KH; THOMAS PE; LUBET RA
      IN-VIVO INDUCTION AND IN-VITRO INHIBITION OF HEPATIC CYTOCHROME-P450 ACTIVITY BY THE BENZODIAZEPINE ANTICONVULSANTS CLONAZEPAM AND DIAZEPAM

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    65. OSANAI M; OGAWA K; LEE GH
      PHENOBARBITAL CAUSES APOPTOSIS IN CONDITIONALLY IMMORTALIZED MOUSE HEPATOCYTES DEPENDING ON DEREGULATED C-MYC EXPRESSION - CHARACTERIZATIONOF AN UNEXPECTED EFFECT

      Cancer research
    66. HUANG MT; XIE JG; WANG ZY; HO CT; LEU YR; WANG CX; HARD GC; CONNEY AH
      EFFECTS OF TEA, DECAFFEINATED TEA, AND CAFFEINE ON UVB LIGHT-INDUCED COMPLETE CARCINOGENESIS IN SKH-1 MICE - DEMONSTRATION OF CAFFEINE AS ABIOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT CONSTITUENT OF TEA

      Cancer research
    67. KAPUR S; SHARMA R; KHANDUJA KL
      LEVELS OF AH-RECEPTOR IN EXCESSIVE ASCORBIC ACID-FED GUINEA-PIGS TREATED WITH N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE - A COMPARATIVE ESTIMATION BY HYDROXYLAPATITE ASSAY AND SEPHACRYL CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of clinical biochemistry and nutrition
    68. GIRI RK; DAS BR
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF C-JUN AND C-MYC IN N-NITROSO DIETHYLAMINE-INDUCED HEPATIC ONCOGENESIS IN AKR MICE

      Cancer letters
    69. CHOUDHURY S; KRISHNA M; BHATTACHARYA RK
      ACTIVATION OF RAS ONCOGENES DURING HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS INDUCED BY N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE - POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF PKC AND GAP

      Cancer letters
    70. WARGOVICH MJ; UDA N; WOODS C; VELASCO M; MCKEE K
      ALLIUM VEGETABLES - THEIR ROLE IN THE PREVENTION OF CANCER

      Biochemical Society transactions
    71. YAMANO T
      DISSOCIATION OF DDVP-INDUCED DNA STRAND BREAKS FROM OXIDATIVE DAMAGE IN ISOLATED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Toxicology
    72. HAGIWARA A; KOKUBO Y; TAKESADA Y; TANAKA H; TAMANO S; HIROSE M; SHIRAI T; ITO N
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS ON DEVELOPMENT OF NATURALLY-OCCURRING PRENEOPLASTIC HEPATOCYTIC FOCI IN LONG-TERM FEEDING STUDIES USING MALE F344 RATS

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    73. ESPINOSAAGUIRRE JJ; RUBIO J; CASSANI M; NOSTI R; CABALLERO S; GONZALEZ I; MARTINEZ G
      INDUCTION OF MICROSOMAL-ENZYMES IN LIVER OF RATS TREATED WITH CYCLOHEXANOL

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    74. LA DK; SWENBERG JA
      DNA-ADDUCTS - BIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF EXPOSURE AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS TO RISK ASSESSMENT

      Mutation research. Reviews in genetic toxicology
    75. VERNA L; WHYSNER J; WILLIAMS GM
      N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE MECHANISTIC DATA AND RISK ASSESSMENT - BIOACTIVATION, DNA-ADDUCT FORMATION, MUTAGENICITY, AND TUMOR INITIATION

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    76. WESSNER LL; FAN M; SCHAEFFER SO; MCENTEE MF; MILLER MS
      MOUSE LUNG-TUMORS EXHIBIT SPECIFIC KI-RAS MUTATIONS FOLLOWING TRANSPLACENTAL EXPOSURE TO 3-METHYLCHOLANTHRENE

      Carcinogenesis
    77. REN P; RUCH RJ
      INHIBITION OF GAP JUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION BY BARBITURATES IN LONG-TERM PRIMARY CULTURED RAT HEPATOCYTES IS CORRELATED WITH LIVER-TUMOR PROMOTING ACTIVITY

      Carcinogenesis
    78. DIWAN BA; HENNEMAN JR; RICE JM; NIMS RW
      ENHANCEMENT OF THYROID AND HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS BY 1,4-BIS[2-(3,5-DICHLOROPYRIDYLOXY)]BENZENE IN RATS AT DOSES THAT CAUSE MAXIMAL INDUCTIONOF CYP2B

      Carcinogenesis
    79. YAMASE HT; FOROUHAR FA; SOJDA DF; CARTUN RW; DIWAN BA; KASPRZAK BH; SUNDERMAN FW
      IMMUNOPEROXIDASE STAINING OF TUMORS BY AN ANTIBODY TO XENOPUS PNIXA

      Annals of clinical and laboratory science
    80. CHEN LS; BONDOC FY; LEE MJ; HUSSIN AH; THOMAS PE; YANG CS
      CAFFEINE INDUCES CYTOCHROME P4501A2 - INDUCTION OF CYP1A2 BY TEA IN RATS

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    81. TRAVIS CC; ZENG CX; NICHOLAS J
      BIOLOGICAL MODEL OF ED01 HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    82. KOIZUMI T; TAJIMA K; EMI N; HARA A; SUZUKI KT
      SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF MOLYBDENUM ON HEPATOTOXICITY OF N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN RATS

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    83. OHNO Y; WAKAI K; GENKA K; OHMINE K; KAWAMURA T; TAMAKOSHI A; AOKI R; SENDA M; HAYASHI Y; NAGAO K; FUKUMA S; AOKI K
      TEA CONSUMPTION AND LUNG-CANCER RISK - A CASE-CONTROL STUDY IN OKINAWA, JAPAN

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    84. STONER GD; MUKHTAR H
      POLYPHENOLS AS CANCER CHEMOPREVENTIVE AGENTS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    85. CALVERT RJ; TASHIRO Y; BUZARD GS; DIWAN BA; WEGHORST CM
      LACK OF P53 POINT MUTATIONS IN CHEMICALLY-INDUCED MOUSE HEPATOBLASTOMAS - AN END-STAGE, HIGHLY MALIGNANT HEPATOCELLULAR TUMOR

      Cancer letters
    86. CHOUDHURY S; KRISHNA M; BHATTACHARYA RK
      PHOSPHOINOSITIDE TURNOVER DURING HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS INDUCED BY N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE

      Cancer letters
    87. ERIKSSON C; BRITTEBO EB
      DICHLOBENIL IN THE FETAL AND NEONATAL MOUSE OLFACTORY MUCOSA

      Toxicology
    88. MARONPOT RR; FOX T; MALARKEY DE; GOLDSWORTHY TL
      MUTATIONS IN THE RAS PROTOONCOGENE - CLUES TO ETIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR PATHOGENESIS OF MOUSE-LIVER TUMORS

      Toxicology
    89. HABER D; SIESS MH; CANIVENCLAVIER MC; LEBON AM; SUSCHETET M
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF DIETARY DIALLYL SULFIDE AND DIALLYL DISULFIDEON RAT INTESTINAL AND HEPATIC DRUG-METABOLIZING-ENZYMES

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    90. SIGLIN JC; WEGHORST CM; RODWELL DE; KLAUNIG JE
      GENDER-DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN HEPATIC TUMOR PROMOTION IN DIETHYLNITROSAMINE-INITIATED INFANT B6C3F(1) MICE BY ALPHA-HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    91. DECKER EA
      THE ROLE OF PHENOLICS, CONJUGATED LINOLEIC-ACID, CARNOSINE, AND PYRROLOQUINOLINE QUINONE AS NONESSENTIAL DIETARY ANTIOXIDANTS

      Nutrition reviews
    92. PAOLINI M; MESIRCA R; POZZETTI L; SAPONE A; CANTELLIFORTI G
      INDUCTION OF CYP2B1 MEDIATED PENTOXYRESORUFIN O-DEALKYLASE ACTIVITY IN DIFFERENT SPECIES, SEX AND TISSUE BY PROTOTYPE 2B1-INDUCERS

      Chemico-biological interactions
    93. LEE BH; BERTRAM B; RAJCA A; FRANK N; SCHMEZER P; WIESSLER M
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF MIXED DISULFIDES FROM DISULFIRAM ON THE METABOLISM AND GENOTOXICITY OF N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE

      Arzneimittel-Forschung
    94. TSUTSUMI N; MIYAZAKI K
      EFFECTS OF ETHANOL ON THE DNA-DAMAGE INDUCED BY 2 CARCINOGENIC NITROSAMINES

      Oncology Reports
    95. WEGHORST CM; DEVOR DE; HENNEMAN JR; WARD JM
      PROMOTION OF HEPATOCELLULAR FOCI AND ADENOMAS BY DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE AND PHENOBARBITAL IN C3H HENCR MICE FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE AT 15 DAYS OF AGE/

      Experimental and toxicologic pathology
    96. NIMS RW; LUBET RA; DIWAN BA; MELLINI DW; UTERMAHLEN WE; THOMAS PE
      HEPATIC CYTOCHROME-P450 2B INDUCTION BY ETHYL PHENYL-SUBSTITUTED CONGENERS OF PHENOBARBITAL IN THE B6C3F1 MOUSE/

      Journal of biochemical toxicology
    97. NIMS RW; LUBET RA; DIWAN BA; MELLINI DW; UTERMAHLEN WE; THOMAS PE
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