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    1. Van Cauwenberge, A; Nonclercq, D; Laurent, G; Zanen, J; Beckers, JF; Alexandre, H; Heuson-Stiennon, JA; Toubeau, G
      Immunohistochemistry of the golden hamster pituitary during chronic administration of diethylstilbestrol: a quantitative analysis using confocal laser scanning microscopy

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Romanenko, A; Morell-Quadreny, L; Nepomnyaschy, V; Vozianov, A; Llombart-Bosch, A
      Radiation sclerosing proliferative atypical nephropathy of peritumoral tissue of renal-cell carcinomas after the Chernobyl accident in Ukraine

      VIRCHOWS ARCHIV-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    3. Hino, O; Okimoto, K; Kouchi, M; Sakurai, J
      A novel renal carcinoma predisposing gene of the Nihon rat maps on chromosome 10

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    4. Gao, XS; Pan, DJ
      TSC1 and TSC2 tumor suppressors antagonize insulin signaling in cell growth

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    5. Takashima, K; Ozono, S; Nakanou, I; Ota, M; Tanaka, M; Tani, M; Hirao, K; Hirao, Y; Kuwashima, S; Hiasa, Y
      Strain variation in renal carcinogenesis by N-ethyl-N-hydroxyethylnitrosamine in F1 (Wistar-Fischer) rats

      CANCER LETTERS
    6. Englyst, V; Lundstrom, NG; Gerhardsson, L; Rylander, L; Nordberg, G
      Lung cancer risks among lead smelter workers also exposed to arsenic

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    7. Kimoto, T; Koya, S; Hino, K; Yamamoto, Y; Nomura, Y; Micallef, MJ; Hanaya, T; Arai, S; Ikeda, M; Kurimoto, M
      Renal carcinogenesis induced by ferric nitrilotriacetate in mice, and protection from it by Brazilian propolis and Artepillin C

      PATHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    8. Brohee, R; Nonclercq, D; Journe, F; Toubeau, G; Falmagne, P; Leclercq, G; Heuson-Stiennon, JA; Laurent, G
      Demonstration of estrogen receptors and of estrogen responsiveness in the HKT-1097 cell line derived from diethylstilbestrol-induced kidney tumors

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL
    9. Majima, S; Kajino, K; Fukuda, T; Otsuka, F; Hino, O
      A novel gene "Niban" upregulated in renal carcinogenesis: Cloning by the cDNA-amplified fragment length polymorphism approach

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    10. Okimoto, K; Kouchi, M; Kikawa, E; Toyosawa, K; Koujitani, T; Tanaka, K; Matsuoka, N; Sakurai, J; Hino, O
      A novel "Nihon" rat model of a Mendelian dominantly inherited renal cell carcinoma

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    11. Umemura, T; Kodama, Y; Kurokawa, Y; Williams, GM
      Lack of oxidative DNA damage or initiation of carcinogenesis in the kidneys of male F344 rats given subchronic exposure to p-dichlorobenzene (pDCB)ata carcinogenic dose

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    12. Furukawa, F; Nishikawa, A; Miyauchi, M; Nakamura, H; Son, HY; Yamagishi, M; Hirose, M
      Concurrent administration of fish meal and sodium nitrite does not promoterenal carcinogenesis in rats after initiation with N-ethyl-N-hydroxyethylnitrosamine

      CANCER LETTERS
    13. Cardani, R; Zavanella, T
      Age-related cell proliferation and apoptosis in the kidney of male Fischer344 rats with observations on a spontaneous tubular cell adenoma

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    14. Liehr, JG
      Is estradiol a genotoxic mutagenic carcinogen?

      ENDOCRINE REVIEWS
    15. Takahashi, S; Ikeda, Y; Orita, S; Sakakibara, M; Kimoto, N; Suzuki, S; Imaida, K; Shirai, T
      Enhancing effects of 2-amino-4,5-diphenylthiazole-induced polycystic kidneys on renal carcinogenesis in rats treated with dimethylnitrosamine

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    16. Pasumarthi, KBS; Nakajima, H; Nakajima, HO; Jing, SL; Field, LJ
      Enhanced cardiomyocyte DNA synthesis during myocardial hypertrophy in miceexpressing a modified TSC2 transgene

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    17. Waalkes, MP; Anver, MR; Diwan, BA
      Chronic toxic and carcinogenic effects of oral cadmium in the noble (NBL/Cr) rat: Induction of neoplastic and proliferative lesions of the adrenal, kidney, prostate, and testes

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A
    18. Roy, D; Liehr, JG
      Estrogen, DNA damage and mutations

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    19. Kitaura, K; Chone, Y; Satake, N; Akagi, A; Ohnishi, T; Suzuki, Y; Izumi, K
      Role of copper accumulation in spontaneous renal carcinogenesis in Long-Evans Cinnamon rats

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    20. Cardani, R; Ragnotti, G; Radaelli, G; Zavanella, T
      Influence of beta-adrenergic antagonists on cell proliferation rates in the kidney of untreated and diethylnitrosamine-treated male F344 rats

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    21. NONCLERCQ D; TOUBEAU G; WATTIEZ R; LAURENT G; BERNARD A; JOURNE F; FALMAGNE P; HEUSONSTIENNON JA
      SUBLETHAL ALTERATIONS AND SUSTAINED CELL-PROLIFERATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE DIETHYLSTILBESTROL-INDUCED RENAL CARCINOGENESIS IN MALE SYRIAN GOLDEN-HAMSTERS

      European journal of morphology
    22. SATO M; KITAHORI Y; NAKAGAWA Y; KONISHI N; CHO M; HIASA Y
      FORMATION OF 8-HYDROXYDEOXYGUANOSINE IN RAT-KIDNEY DNA AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF N-ETHYL-N-HYDROXYETHYLNITROSAMINE

      Cancer letters
    23. NAKAGAWA Y; KITAHORI Y; CHO M; KONISHI N; TSUMATANI K; OZONO S; OKAJIMA E; HIRAO Y; HIASA Y
      EFFECT OF HEXACHLORO-1,3-BUTADIENE ON RENAL CARCINOGENESIS IN MALE RATS PRETREATED WITH N-ETHYL-N-HYDROXYETHYLNITROSAMINE

      Toxicologic pathology
    24. LUNDSTROM NG; NORDBERG G; ENGLYST V; GERHARDSSON L; HAGMAR L; JIN TY; RYLANDER L; WALL S
      CUMULATIVE LEAD-EXPOSURE IN RELATION TO MORTALITY AND LUNG-CANCER MORBIDITY IN A COHORT OF PRIMARY SMELTER WORKERS

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    25. PETERS MMCG; JONES TW; MONKS TJ; LAU SS
      CYTOTOXICITY AND CELL-PROLIFERATION INDUCED BY THE NEPHROCARCINOGEN HYDROQUINONE AND ITS NEPHROTOXIC METABOLITE 2,3,5-(TRIS-GLUTATHIONE-S-YL)HYDROQUINONE

      Carcinogenesis
    26. MELNICK RL; KOHN MC; HUFF J
      WEIGHT OF EVIDENCE VERSUS WEIGHT OF SPECULATION TO EVALUATE THE ALPHA-2U-GLOBULIN HYPOTHESIS

      Environmental health perspectives
    27. URAKAMI S; TOKUZEN R; TSUDA H; IGAWA M; HINO O
      SOMATIC MUTATION OF THE TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS (TSC2) TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE IN CHEMICALLY-INDUCED RAT RENAL-CARCINOMA CELL

      The Journal of urology
    28. MCCLELLAN RO
      REDUCING UNCERTAINTY IN RISK ASSESSMENT BY USING SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO REPLACE DEFAULT OPTIONS

      Drug metabolism reviews
    29. HUFF J
      ALPHA-2-MU-GLOBULIN NEPHROPATHY, POSED MECHANISMS, AND WHITE RAVENS -RESPONSE

      Environmental health perspectives
    30. HUFF J; WEISBURGER E; FUNG VA
      MULTICOMPONENT CRITERIA FOR PREDICTING CARCINOGENICITY - DATASET OF 30 NTP CHEMICALS

      Environmental health perspectives
    31. GERHARDSSON L; HAGMAR L; RYLANDER L; SKERFVING S
      MORTALITY AND CANCER INCIDENCE AMONG SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER WORKERS

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    32. KIKUCHI Y; KOBAYASHI E; NISHIZAWA M; HAMAZAKI S; OKADA S; HINO O
      CLONING OF THE RAT HOMOLOG OF THE VON HIPPEL-LINDAU TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE AND ITS NON-SOMATIC MUTATION IN RAT RENAL-CELL CARCINOMAS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    33. MCCLELLAN RO
      RISK ASSESSMENT AND BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS - LESSONS LEARNED, FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

      Toxicology
    34. HUFF J
      MECHANISMS, CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS, AND RISK ASSESSMENT - CELL-PROLIFERATION AND CANCER

      American journal of industrial medicine
    35. HINO O; KOBAYASHI E; NISHIZAWA M; KUBO Y; KOBAYASHI T; HIRAYAMA Y; TAKAI S; KIKUCHI Y; TSUCHIYA H; ORIMOTO K; KAJINO K; TAKAHARA T; MITANI H
      RENAL CARCINOGENESIS IN THE EKER RAT

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    36. KRISTENSEN P; EILERTSEN E; EINARSDOTTIR E; HAUGEN A; SKAUG V; OVREBO S
      FERTILITY IN MICE AFTER PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO BENZO[A]PYRENE AND INORGANIC LEAD

      Environmental health perspectives
    37. AHN YS; REMPEL A; ZERBAN H; BANNASCH P
      OVER-EXPRESSION OF GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER ISOFORM GLUT1 AND HEXOKINASE-IIN RAT RENAL ONCOCYTIC TUBULES AND ONCOCYTOMAS

      Virchows Archiv
    38. MURAI T; MORI S; HOSONO M; TAKEUCHI Y; OHHARA T; MAKINO S; HAYASHI Y; TAKEDA R; FUKUSHIMA S
      INFLUENCES OF AGING AND SEX ON RENAL PELVIC CARCINOGENESIS BY N-BUTYL-N-(4-HYDROXYBUTYL)NITROSAMINE IN NON SHI MICE/

      Cancer letters
    39. MURAI T; MORI S; HOSONO M; TAKEUCHI Y; OOHARA T; MAKINO S; TAKEDA R; FUKUSHIMA S
      EFFECT OF PHENACETIN PRETREATMENT ON RENAL PELVIC CARCINOGENESIS BY N-BUTYL-N-(4-HYDROXYBUTYL)NITROSAMINE IN NON SHI MICE OF BOTH SEXES/

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    40. AHN YS; CHEMERIS GY; TURUSOV VS; BANNASCH P
      ENZYMATIC PATTERN OF PRENEOPLASTIC AND NEOPLASTIC LESIONS INDUCED IN THE KIDNEY OF CBA MICE BY 1,2-DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE

      Toxicologic pathology
    41. HARTWIG A
      ROLE OF DNA-REPAIR INHIBITION IN LEAD-INDUCED AND CADMIUM-INDUCED GENOTOXICITY - A REVIEW

      Environmental health perspectives
    42. ZHU BT; LIEHR JG
      QUERCETIN INCREASES THE SEVERITY OF ESTRADIOL-INDUCED TUMORIGENESIS IN HAMSTER-KIDNEY

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    43. OKAZAKI S; HOSHIYA T; TAKAHASHI S; FUTAKUCHI M; SAITO K; HIROSE M
      MODIFICATION OF HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS AND RENAL CARCINOGENESIS BY CATECHOL AND ITS ISOMERS IN RATS PRETREATED WITH N-ETHYL-N-HYDROXYETHYLNITROSAMINE

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    44. CORTESVIZCAINO V; LLOMBARTBOSCH A
      ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS IN THE DIETHYLSTILBESTROL-INDUCEDKIDNEY NEOPLASMS OF THE SYRIAN GOLDEN-HAMSTER - CORRELATION WITH HISTOPATHOLOGY AND TUMORAL STAGES

      Carcinogenesis
    45. KRISTENSEN P; EILERTSEN E; EINARSDOTTIR E; OVREBO S; HAUGEN A
      EFFECT MODIFICATION BY INORGANIC LEAD IN THE DOMINANT LETHAL ASSAY

      MUTATION RESEARCH


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