CONTENTS — volume 10, no 4, 1984

Original article

Mortality of English furniture makers.
Extensions to a technique for relating mortality and environment--exemplified by nasal cancer and industry.
Neuroendocrine effects of styrene on occupationally exposed workers.
Effect on the uptake kinetics of serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine) in platelets from workers with long-term exposure to organic solvents. A pilot study.
In vitro study on lead and alcohol interaction and the inhibition of erythrocyte delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase in man.
In vivo study on lead and alcohol interaction and the inhibition of erythrocyte delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase in man.
Lung retention of antimony and arsenic in hamsters after the intratracheal instillation of industrial dust.
Improved techniques for sampling airborne fungal particles in highly contaminated environments.
Cancer mortality among workers in a thermoelectric power plant.
Solvent exposure in construction and maintenance painting.

Letter to the Editor

Differences in the respiratory capacity of workers with long-term exposure to vapors from paints free from or containing organic isocyanates.