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Nanotechnology—Life-Cycle Risk Management
ABSTRACT Scientists, risk practitioners, and regulators have debated the need to be proactive in assessing the potential health and environmental risks and benefits of unregulated nano-scaleExpand
Normal sister chromatid exchange levels in hospital sterilization employees exposed to ethylene oxide.
In this particular hospital setting no evidence of genetic effects stemming from employees' exposure to low levels of ETO was found, and there were no statistically significant differences in SCE levels between sterilizer workers and controls. Expand
Peroxidase, an alternate pathway to cytochrome P-450 for xenobiotic metabolism in skin: partial purification and properties of the enzyme from neonatal rat skin.
Subcellular distribution studies indicated the activity to be highest and comparable in nuclei and mitochondria, lowest in microsomes, and absent in cytosol, while the combination of 2 mM N-ethylmaleimide and 10% (w/v) glycerol was found to be optimal for preservation of activity. Expand
Human placental indanol dehydrogenase: some properties of the microsomal enzyme.
Indanol dehydrogenase activity of human placenta was examined in vitro and both NAD+ and NADP+ supported the reaction with nearly equal efficiency. Expand
Glutathione S-transferase activity during pregnancy in the mouse: effects of trans-stilbene oxide pretreatment.
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Ethylene Glycol Mono-n-Butyl Ether
This article is a revision of the previous edition article by Bradford H. Strohm, Leonard I. Sweet, Sharmilee P. Sawant, and Harihara M. Mehendale, volume 2, pp 290–293, © 2005, Elsevier Inc.