Author: Hemminki K

Original article 2013;39(6):618-630   pdf full text
Chromosomal damage among medical staff occupationally exposed to volatile anesthetics, antineoplastic drugs, and formaldehyde
Musak L, Smerhovsky Z, Halasova E, Osina O, Letkova L, Vodickova L, Polakova V, Buchancova J, Hemminki K, Vodicka P
1992;18 suppl 1:116-117   pdf
Hemminki K
Original article 1979;5(4):307-327   pdf
Genetic risks caused by occupational chemicals. Use of experimental methods and occupational risk group monitoring in the detection of environmental chemicals causing mutations, cancer and malformations.
Hemminki K, Sorsa M, Vainio H
Original article 1981;7(4):241-251   pdf
Biological monitoring in the identification of the cancer of individuals exposed to chemical carcinogens.
Vainio H, Sorsa M, Rantanen J, Hemminki K, Aitio A
Original article 1982;8(1):63-69   pdf
Application of the chicken embryo in testing for embryotoxicity: thiurams.
Korhonen A, Hemminki K, Vainio H
Original article 1983;9 suppl 2:73-77   pdf
Toxicity of rubber chemicals in the chicken embryo. How to interpret results from animal tests.
Hemminki K
Original article 1983;9 suppl 2:85-90   pdf
Spontaneous abortions among rubber workers and congenital malformations in their offspring.
Lindbohm ML, Hemminki K, Kyyronen P, Kilpikari I, Vainio H
Original article 1983;9(2):115-119   pdf
Toxicity of rubber chemicals towards three-day chicken embryos.
Korhonen A, Hemminki K, Vainio H
Original article 1988;14 suppl 1:55-56   pdf
Aromatic deoxyribonucleic acid adducts in white blood cells of foundry and coke oven workers.
Hemminki K, Perera FP, Phillips DH, Randerath K, Reddy MV, Santella RM
Original article 1989;15(5):345-352   pdf
Spontaneous abortions and congenital malformations among the wives of men occupationally exposed to organic solvents.
Taskinen H, Anttila A, Lindbohm ML, Sallmen M, Hemminki K
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