Key term: styrene

1978;4 suppl 2:169-178   pdf
Mutagenicity of industrial compounds. VII. Styrene and styrene oxide: II. Point mutations, chromosome aberrations and DNA repair induction analyses.
Loprieno N, Presciuttini S, Sbrana I, Stretti G, Zaccaro L, Abbondandolo A, Bonatti S, Fiorio R, Mazzaccaro A
1978;4 suppl 2:114-118   pdf
Biological indicators of exposure in styrene polymerization workers. Styrene in blood and adipose tissue and mandelic and phenylglyoxylic acids in urine.
Wolff MS, Lilis R, Lorimer WV, Selikoff IJ
1978;4 suppl 2:119-120   pdf
Styrene in subcutaneous adipose tissue after experimental and industrial exposure.
Engström J
1978;4 suppl 2:121-123   pdf
Evaluation of occupational styrene exposure by ambient air and urine analysis.
Engström K, Härkönen H, Pekari K, Rantanen J
1978;4 suppl 2:127-135   pdf
Effects of long-term oral administration of styrene to mice and rats.
Ponomarkov V, Tomatis L
1978;4 suppl 2:136-141   pdf
Embryotoxic and teratogenic effects of styrene derivatives on sea urchin development.
Pagano G, Esposito A, Giordano GG, Hagström BE
1978;4 suppl 2:14-21   pdf
Monitoring of styrene exposure in the polyester industry.
Guillemin MP, Bauer D, Hotz PA, Lob M, Greuter WF
1978;4 suppl 2:156-162   pdf
Cytogenetic effects of styrene and styrene oxide on human lymphocytes and Allium cepa.
Linnainmaa K, Meretoja T, Sorsa M, Vainio H
1978;4 suppl 2:163-168   pdf
Acute biotoxic effect of styrene on rat liver. Correlation with enzyme-mediated mutagenicity of benzpyrene and acrylonitrile.
Roberfroid M, Poncelet F, Lambotte-Vandepaer M, Duverger-Van Bogaert M, de Meester C, Mercier M
1978;4 suppl 2:181-183   pdf
Neurotoxicity of styrene in occupational and experimental exposure.
Seppäläinen AM
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