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    1. Tomatis, L; Melnick, RL; Haseman, J; Barrett, JC; Huff, J
      Alleged 'misconceptions' distort perceptions of environmental cancer risks

      FASEB JOURNAL
    2. Bishop, AJR; Kosaras, B; Carls, N; Sidman, RL; Schiestl, RH
      Susceptibility of proliferating cells to benzo[a]pyrene-induced homologousrecombination in mice

      CARCINOGENESIS
    3. Ames, BN; Gold, LS
      Paracelsus to parascience: the environmental cancer distraction

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    4. Stayner, LT; Dankovic, DA; Smith, RJ; Gilbert, SJ; Bailer, J
      Human cancer risk and exposure to 1,3-butadiene - a tale of mice and men

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    5. Zeiger, E; Margolin, BH
      The proportions of mutagens among chemicals in commerce

      REGULATORY TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Rosenkranz, HS; Cunningham, AR
      The high production volume chemical challenge program: The relevance of the in vivo micronucleus assay

      REGULATORY TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Calabrese, EJ; Blain, RB
      The single exposure carcinogen database: Assessing the circumstances underwhich a single exposure to a carcinogen can cause cancer

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    8. Delistraty, D
      Relationship between cancer slope factor and acute toxicity in rats and fish

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    9. Johnson, FM
      Carcinogenic chemical-response "fingerprint" for male F344 rats exposed toa series of 195 chemicals: Implications for predicting carcinogens with transgenic models

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    10. Taningher, M; Malacarne, D; Perrotta, A; Parodi, S
      Computer-aided analysis of mutagenicity and cell transformation data for assessing their relationship with carcinogenicity

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    11. Cheeseman, MA; Machuga, EJ; Bailey, AB
      A tiered approach to threshold of regulation

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    12. BRENNAN RJ; SCHIESTL RH
      FREE-RADICALS GENERATED IN YEAST BY THE SALMONELLA TEST-NEGATIVE CARCINOGENS BENZENE, URETHANE, THIOUREA AND AURAMINE-O

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    13. CUNNINGHAM AR; ROSENKRANZ HS; ZHANG YP; KLOPMAN G
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENOTOXIC AND NONGENOTOXIC ALERTS FOR CANCER IN MICE - THE CARCINOGENIC POTENCY DATABASE

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    14. KIRSCHMAN JC
      EFFECTIVE REGULATORY APPROVAL PROCESS FOR FOOD INGREDIENT TECHNOLOGIES

      Critical reviews in food science and nutrition
    15. AMES BN; GOLD LS
      THE PREVENTION OF CANCER

      Drug metabolism reviews
    16. GOLD LS; SLONE TH; AMES BN
      WHAT DO ANIMAL CANCER TESTS TELL US ABOUT HUMAN CANCER RISK - OVERVIEW OF ANALYSES OF THE CARCINOGENIC POTENCY DATABASE

      Drug metabolism reviews
    17. ROSENKRANZ HS; ZHANG YP; KLOPMAN G
      STUDIES ON THE POTENTIAL FOR GENOTOXIC CARCINOGENICITY OF FRAGRANCES AND OTHER CHEMICALS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    18. CUNNINGHAM AR; ROSENKRANZ HS; KLOPMAN G
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF A GROUP OF PHYTOESTROGENS FOR THE PRESENCE OF A 2-D GEOMETRIC DESCRIPTOR ASSOCIATED WITH NONGENOTOXIC CARCINOGENS AND SOME ESTROGENS

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    19. PENA JC; RUDIN CM; THOMPSON CB
      A BCL-X(L) TRANSGENE PROMOTES MALIGNANT CONVERSION OF CHEMICALLY-INITIATED SKIN PAPILLOMAS

      Cancer research
    20. LOSCHER W; LIBURDY RP
      ANIMAL AND CELLULAR STUDIES ON CARCINOGENIC EFFECTS OF LOW-FREQUENCY (50 60-HZ) MAGNETIC-FIELDS/

      Mutation research-reviews in mutation research
    21. BRENNAN RJ; SCHIESTL RH
      DIAMINOTOLUENES INDUCE INTRACHROMOSOMAL RECOMBINATION AND FREE-RADICALS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    22. AMES BN; GOLD LS
      ENVIRONMENTAL-POLLUTION, PESTICIDES, AND THE PREVENTION OF CANCER - MISCONCEPTIONS

      The FASEB journal
    23. GOLD LS; STERN BR; SLONE TH; BROWN JP; MANLEY NB; AMES BN
      PESTICIDE-RESIDUES IN FOOD - INVESTIGATION OF DISPARITIES IN CANCER RISK ESTIMATES

      Cancer letters
    24. WINTER CK; FRANCIS FJ
      ASSESSING, MANAGING, AND COMMUNICATING CHEMICAL FOOD RISKS

      Food technology
    25. AMES BN
      THE CAUSES OF AGING AND CANCER - THE MISINTERPRETATION OF ANIMAL CANCER TESTS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    26. ASHBY J
      ALTERNATIVES TO THE 2-SPECIES BIOASSAY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL HUMAN CARCINOGENS

      Human & experimental toxicology
    27. CALABRESE EJ
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LOW-LEVEL EXPOSURES

      Human & experimental toxicology
    28. OKUMURA A; TANAKA T; MORI H
      SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF UNSCHEDULED AND REPLICATING DNA-SYNTHESISBY MEANS OF A NEW CELL-CULTURE INSERT DNA RETENTION METHOD - RAPID INDUCTION OF REPLICATING DNA-SYNTHESIS IN RESPONSE TO GENOTOXIC CARCINOGENS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    29. MUNRO IC; FORD RA; KENNEPOHL E; SPRENGER JG
      CORRELATION OF STRUCTURAL CLASS WITH NO-OBSERVED-EFFECT LEVELS - A PROPOSAL FOR ESTABLISHING A THRESHOLD OF CONCERN

      Food and chemical toxicology
    30. PETERSVOLLEBERG GWM; BEEMS RB; SPEIJERS GJA
      SUBACUTE TOXICITY OF ERGOMETRINE MALEATE IN RATS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    31. JONES HB; ELDRIDGE SR; BUTTERWORTH BE; FOSTER JR
      MEASURES OF CELL REPLICATION IN RISK SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF XENOBIOTIC-INDUCED, NONGENOTOXIC CARCINOGENESIS/

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    32. VANDOREN PM
      THE EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO SYNTHETIC CHEMICALS ON HUMAN HEALTH - A REVIEW

      Risk analysis
    33. DALEN JE; DALTON WS
      DOES LOWERING CHOLESTEROL CAUSE CANCER

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    34. CHOI MJ; LEE JW; LEE BM
      COMPARATIVE-ASSESSMENT OF DNA ADDUCT FORMATION, SALMONELLA MUTAGENICITY, AND CHROMOSOME ABERRATION ASSAYS AS SHORT-TERM TESTS FOR DNA-DAMAGE

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    35. BRENNAN RJ; SCHIESTL RH
      CADMIUM IS AN INDUCER OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN YEAST

      Mutation research
    36. ROSS M
      THE SCHOOLROOM ASBESTOS ABATEMENT PROGRAM - A PUBLIC-POLICY DEBACLE

      Environmental geology
    37. GRAHAM JD
      HISTORICAL-PERSPECTIVE ON RISK ASSESSMENT IN THE FEDERAL-GOVERNMENT

      Toxicology
    38. ROSENKRANZ HS; ZHANG YP; KLOPMAN G
      RISK IDENTIFICATION USING STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS - THE POTENTIAL CARCINOGENICITY OF PRAZIQUANTEL

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    39. HUANG SN; CHISARI FV
      STRONG, SUSTAINED HEPATOCELLULAR PROLIFERATION PRECEDES HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS IN HEPATITIS-B SURFACE-ANTIGEN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Hepatology
    40. MIYAGAWA M; TAKASAWA H; SUGIYAMA A; INOUE Y; MURATA T; UNO Y; YOSHIKAWA K
      THE IN-VIVO IN-VITRO REPLICATIVE DNA-SYNTHESIS (RDS) TEST WITH HEPATOCYTES PREPARED FROM MALE B6C3F1 MICE AS AN EARLY PREDICTION ASSAY FOR PUTATIVE NONGENOTOXIC (AMES-NEGATIVE) MOUSE HEPATOCARCINOGENS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
    41. MORRISON V; TINWELL H; ASHBY J
      CONSIDERATION OF THE LIVER OF EMBRYONIC LACZ TRANSGENIC MICE AS AN ANALOG OF THE MOUSE COAT COLOR SPOT-TEST - PRELIMINARY DATA AND TECHNICAL PROBLEMS

      Mutation research
    42. BLACKSTONE NW
      A UNITS-OF-EVOLUTION PERSPECTIVE ON THE ENDOSYMBIONT THEORY OF THE ORIGIN OF THE MITOCHONDRION

      Evolution
    43. MALACARNE D; TANINGHER M; PESENTI R; PAOLUCCI M; PERROTTA A; PARODI S
      MOLECULAR FRAGMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH NONGENOTOXIC CARCINOGENS, AS DETECTED USING A SOFTWARE PROGRAM BASED ON GRAPH-THEORY - THEIR USEFULNESSTO PREDICT CARCINOGENICITY

      Chemico-biological interactions
    44. JONES HB; HARBOTTLE SJ; BOWDLER AL
      ASSESSMENT OF THE LABELING INDEX OF COHORTS OF THE PANCREATIC-ISLET CELL-POPULATION IN PHENOBARBITONE-TREATED MALE-RATS USING A DOUBLE IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL TECHNIQUE FOR 5-BROMO-2'-DEOXYURIDINE AND PANCREATIC HORMONES

      Archives of toxicology
    45. BOGEN KT
      CANCER POTENCIES OF HETEROCYCLIC AMINES FOUND IN COOKED FOODS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    46. DENENGELSE L; DEHOLLANDER AEM; DREEFVANDERMEULEN HC; FERON VJ; MOHN GR; MULDER GJ; NOORDAM PC; ROELFZEMA H; SWAEN GMH; VERBEEK ALM; VERSCHUUREN HG; VOGEL EW; VANZORGE JA; VANVLIET PW
      RISK ASSESSMENT OF CARCINOGENIC CHEMICALS IN THE NETHERLANDS

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    47. MONRO A
      DRUG TOXICOKINETICS - SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS THAT ARISE FROM SPECIES-DIFFERENCES IN PHARMACODYNAMIC AND CARCINOGENIC RESPONSES

      Journal of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics
    48. COATS JR
      RISKS FROM NATURAL VERSUS SYNTHETIC INSECTICIDES

      Annual review of entomology
    49. CHEN Q; AMES BN
      SENESCENCE-LIKE GROWTH ARREST INDUCED BY HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE IN HUMAN-DIPLOID FIBROBLAST F65 CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. GOSSEN JA; DELEEUW WJF; VIJG J
      LACZ TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODELS - THEIR APPLICATION IN GENETIC TOXICOLOGY

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    51. ASHBY J
      2-MILLION RODENT CARCINOGENS - THE ROLE OF SAR AND QSAR IN THEIR DETECTION

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    52. JONES HB; HARBOTTLE SJ; BOWDLER AL
      ASSESSMENT OF THE LABELING INDEX OF COHORTS OF THE ANTERIOR-PITUITARYCELL-POPULATION IN PHENOBARBITAL-TREATED MALE-RATS BY A DOUBLE IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL TECHNIQUE FOR BROMODEOXYURIDINE AND PITUITARY-HORMONES

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    53. JENG JH; KUO ML; HAHN LJ; KUO MYP
      GENOTOXIC AND NONGENOTOXIC EFFECTS OF BETEL QUID INGREDIENTS ON ORAL MUCOSAL FIBROBLASTS IN-VITRO

      Journal of dental research
    54. JENG JH; HAHN LJ; LU FJ; WANG YJ; KUO MYP
      EUGENOL TRIGGERS DIFFERENT PATHOBIOLOGICAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN ORAL MUCOSAL FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of dental research
    55. HADDON WF; MANCINI ML; MCLAREN M; EFFIO A; HARDEN LA; DEGRE RL; BRADFORD JL
      OCCURRENCE OF ETHYL CARBAMATE (URETHANE) IN UNITED-STATES AND CANADIAN BREADS - MEASUREMENTS BY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Cereal chemistry
    56. ANSAY M
      THE FOOD-CHAIN IN TOXICOLOGY - SOME ITEMS , SOME PROBLEMS

      Annales de medecine veterinaire
    57. SHAW IC; JONES HB
      MECHANISMS OF NONGENOTOXIC CARCINOGENESIS

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    58. JONES HB; CLARKE NAB
      ASSESSMENT OF THE INFLUENCE OF SUBACUTE PHENOBARBITONE ADMINISTRATIONON MULTI-TISSUE CELL-PROLIFERATION IN THE RAT USING BROMODEOXYURIDINEIMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      Archives of toxicology
    59. KREWSKI D; GAYLOR DW; SOMS AP; SZYSZKOWICZ M
      AN OVERVIEW OF THE REPORT - CORRELATION BETWEEN CARCINOGENIC POTENCY AND THE MAXIMUM TOLERATED DOSE - IMPLICATIONS FOR RISK ASSESSMENT

      Risk analysis
    60. FREEDMAN DA; GOLD LS; SLONE TH
      HOW TAUTOLOGICAL ARE INTERSPECIES CORRELATIONS OF CARCINOGENIC POTENCIES

      Risk analysis
    61. SULLIVAN N; GATEHOUSE D; TWEATS D
      MUTATION, CANCER AND TRANSGENIC MODELS - RELEVANCE TO THE TOXICOLOGY INDUSTRY

      Mutagenesis
    62. CHEN B; LIU L; CASTONGUAY A; MARONPOT RR; ANDERSON MW; YOU M
      DOSE-DEPENDENT RAS MUTATION SPECTRA IN N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE INDUCED MOUSE-LIVER TUMORS AND 4-(METHYLNITROSAMINO)-1-(3-PYRIDYL)-1-BUTANONE INDUCED MOUSE LUNG-TUMORS

      Carcinogenesis
    63. GOLD LS; SLONE TH
      PREDICTION OF CARCINOGENICITY FROM 2 VERSUS 4 SEX-SPECIES GROUPS IN THE CARCINOGENIC POTENCY DATABASE

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    64. SILBERGELD EK
      RISK ASSESSMENT - THE PERSPECTIVE AND EXPERIENCE OF UNITED-STATES ENVIRONMENTALISTS

      Environmental health perspectives
    65. AMES BN; SHIGENAGA MK; GOLD LS
      DNA LESIONS, INDUCIBLE DNA-REPAIR, AND CELL-DIVISION - 3 KEY FACTORS IN MUTAGENESIS AND CARCINOGENESIS

      Environmental health perspectives
    66. GOLD LS; MANLEY NB; SLONE TH; GARFINKEL GB; ROHRBACH L; AMES BN
      THE 5TH-PLOT OF THE CARCINOGENIC POTENCY DATABASE - RESULTS OF ANIMALBIOASSAYS PUBLISHED IN THE GENERAL LITERATURE THROUGH 1988 AND BY THENATIONAL-TOXICOLOGY-PROGRAM THROUGH 1989

      Environmental health perspectives
    67. YOUNGMAN LD
      PROTEIN RESTRICTION (PR) AND CALORIC RESTRICTION (CR) COMPARED - EFFECTS ON DNA-DAMAGE, CARCINOGENESIS, AND OXIDATIVE DAMAGE

      MUTATION RESEARCH


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