Amanda J. Gonzalez

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Biologic monitoring (i.e., biomonitoring) is used to assess human exposures to environmental and workplace chemicals. Urinary biomonitoring data typically are adjusted to a constant creatinine concentration to correct for variable dilutions among spot samples. Traditionally, this approach has been used in population groups without much diversity. The(More)
Both natural and synthetic estrogens are capable of inducing renal neoplasms in Syrian hamsters with an incidence approaching 100%. Neither the sequence of events nor the mechanisms involved in estrogen carcinogenesis in this model have been established. Results presented here indicate that estrogen induces renal tubular damage in the hamster kidney that is(More)
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