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Application of the Margin of Exposure (MOE) approach to substances in food that are genotoxic and carcinogenicBENFORD, Diane; BOLGER, P. Michael; SLOB, Wout et al.Food and chemical toxicology. 2010, Vol 48, issn 0278-6915, S2-S24, SUP1Article

Environmental epidemiology and risk assessmentBRUNEKREEF, Bert.Toxicology letters. 2008, Vol 180, Num 2, pp 118-122, issn 0378-4274, 5 p.Article

Efficient assessment of exposure to manual lifting using company dataDER BEEK, Allard J. Van; ERIK MATHIASSEN, Svend; BURDORF, Alex et al.Applied Ergonomics. 2013, Vol 44, Num 3, pp 360-365, issn 0003-6870, 6 p.Article

Mycotoxins: Occurrence, toxicology, and exposure assessmentMARIN, S; RAMOS, A. J; CANO-SANCHO, G et al.Food and chemical toxicology. 2013, Vol 60, pp 218-237, issn 0278-6915, 20 p.Article

Concepts of exposure analysis for consumer risk assessmentHEINEMEYER, Gerhard.Experimental and toxicologic pathology (Print). 2008, Vol 60, Num 2-3, pp 207-212, issn 0940-2993, 6 p.Conference Paper

What you cannot see can help you: The effect of exposure to unreportable stimuli on approach behaviorWEINBERGER, Joel; SIEGEL, Paul; SIEFERT, Caleb et al.Consciousness and cognition (Print). 2011, Vol 20, Num 2, pp 173-180, issn 1053-8100, 8 p.Article

Human exposure assessment resources on the World Wide WebsSCHWELA, Dieter; HAKKINEN, Pertti J.Toxicology (Amsterdam). 2004, Vol 198, Num 1-3, pp 169-176, issn 0300-483X, 8 p.Conference Paper

Spotlight on ATSDR: Exposure InvestigationsKOWALSKI, Peter J; ANDERSON, Barbara A.Journal of environmental health. 2013, Vol 76, Num 5, pp 40-42, issn 0022-0892, 3 p.Article

Multi-wavelength source for the lower exposure intensity of spectral OCTEUN JOO JUNG; PARK, Jae-Seok; MYUNG YUNG JEONG et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2008, pp 68490A.1-68490A.8, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-7024-9, 1VolConference Paper

Carlo MollinoVERNES, M.Archit. Int. Cree. 1989, Num 231, pp 140-147, issn 0294-8567Article

Responses of yellow catfish (Pelteobagrus fulvidraco Richardson) exposed to dietary cyanobacteria and subsequent recoveryGUIFANG DONG; SHOUQI XIE; XIAOMING ZHU et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2012, Vol 60, Num 7, pp 1298-1306, issn 0041-0101, 9 p.Article

Levels and determinants of exposure to vapours and aerosols of bitumenSPICKENHEUER, Anne; RÜHL, Reinhold; HEINZE, Evelyn et al.Archives of toxicology. 2011, Vol 85, issn 0340-5761, S21-S28, SUP1Article

Regression Models for the Effects of Exposure Rate and Cumulative ExposureRICHARDSON, David B; COLE, Stephen R; LANGHOLZ, Bryan et al.Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.). 2012, Vol 23, Num 6, pp 892-899, issn 1044-3983, 8 p.Article

Diagnostic aspects of organophosphate poisoningWOREK, Franz; KOLLER, Marianne; THIERMANN, Horst et al.Toxicology (Amsterdam). 2005, Vol 214, Num 3, pp 182-189, issn 0300-483X, 8 p.Article

Chemical analysis of estragole in fennel based teas and associated safety assessment using the Margin of Exposure (MOE) approachVAN DEN BERG, Suzanne J. P. L; ALHUSAINY, Wasma; RESTANI, Patrizia et al.Food and chemical toxicology. 2014, Vol 65, pp 147-154, issn 0278-6915, 8 p.Article

The Human Bitumen Study: executive summaryRAULF-HEIMSOTH, Monika; PESCH, Beate; RÜHL, Reinhold et al.Archives of toxicology. 2011, Vol 85, issn 0340-5761, S3-S9, SUP1Article

Application of the Margin of Exposure (MoE) approach to substances in food that are genotoxic and carcinogenic EXAMPLE: Acrylamide (CAS No. 79-06-1)BOLGER, P. Michael; LEBLANC, Jean-Charles; WOODROW SETZER, R et al.Food and chemical toxicology. 2010, Vol 48, issn 0278-6915, S25-S33, SUP1Article

Liking and exposure : First, second and tenth time aroundBOM FROST, Michael.Physiology & behavior. 2006, Vol 89, Num 1, pp 47-52, issn 0031-9384, 6 p.Article

Through the viewfinder : Positive exposure a year laterSUTTON, Erica J; ROSAPEP, Lauren; BALL, Karen et al.American journal of medical genetics. Part C, Seminars in medical genetics. 2006, Vol 142, Num 4, pp 260-268, issn 1552-4868, 9 p.Article

Visible and ultraviolet-B ocular-ambient exposure ratios for a general populationDUNCAN, D. D; MUNOZ, B; BANDEEN-ROCHE, K et al.Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 1997, Vol 38, Num 5, pp 1003-1011, issn 0146-0404Article

The safety of synthetic zeolites used in detergentsFRUIJTIER-PÖLLOTH, Claudia.Archives of toxicology. 2009, Vol 83, Num 1, pp 23-35, issn 0340-5761, 13 p.Article

Railway suicide attempts are associated with amount of sunlight in recent daysKADOTANI, Hiroshi; NAGAI, Yumiko; SOZU, Takashi et al.Journal of affective disorders. 2014, Vol 152-154, pp 162-168, issn 0165-0327, 7 p.Article

Characterizing the food environment: pitfalls and future directionsMOUDON, Anne Vernez; DREWNOWSKI, Adam; DUNCAN, Glen E et al.Public health nutrition (Wallingford). 2013, Vol 16, Num 7, pp 1238-1243, issn 1368-9800, 6 p.Article

Prioritising veterinary medicines according to their potential indirect human exposure and toxicity profileCAPLETON, Alexander C; COURAGE, Carol; RUMSBY, Paul et al.Toxicology letters. 2006, Vol 163, Num 3, pp 213-223, issn 0378-4274, 11 p.Article

Expertise collective INSERM. Effets sur la santé des principaux types d'exposition à l'amiante. Première partie : rapport de synthèseTONNEL, A.B; GOLDBERG, M; HEMON, D et al.1996, 69 p.Book

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