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Occupational dermal exposure to permanent hair dyes among hairdressers.
Skin exposure to permanent hair dye compounds was assessed in 33 hairdressers using a previously evaluated hand rinse method. Hand rinse samples were collected from each hand before the start of hairExpand
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A method for assessing occupational dermal exposure to permanent hair dyes.
Hairdressers have an increased risk of developing occupational skin diseases due to exposure to skin irritants and sensitizers. In the present work a method of assessing dermal exposure to permanentExpand
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The effectiveness of respirators measured during styrene exposure in a plastic boat factory
SummaryIn a plastic boat company we studied workers' attitudes toward wearing respiratory protective equipment and differences in styrene exposure received with and without respirators. The workersExpand
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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the occupational environment: with special reference to benzo[a]pyrene measurements in Swedish industry.
A review is given of measurements of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in the work environment in general with emphasis upon Swedish measurements of benzo[a]pyrene not previously published inExpand
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Urinary excretion of hippuric acid and o-cresol after laboratory exposure of humans to toluene
SummaryThe urinary excretion of hippuric acid and o-cresol was studied after respiratory exposure of human volunteers to approximately 80 ppm (306 mg/m3 ± SD 13) of toluene for 2 h under differentExpand
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Isotachophoretic analysis of mandelic acid, phenylglyoxylic acid, hippuric acid and methylhippuric acid in urine after occupational exposure to styrene, toluene and/or xylene.
A simple, rapid and sensitive analytical method has been developed for the determination of phenylglyoxylic acid, mandelic acid, hippuric acid and methylhippuric acid; 0-, m- and p-methylhippuricExpand
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ON THE ORIGIN OF THE ACETYL MOIETY OF ACETYLCHOLINE IN BRAIN STUDIED WITH A DIFFERENTIAL LABELLING TECHNIQUE USING 3H‐14C‐MIXED LABELLED GLUCOSE AND ACETATE
—Cortex slices of rat brain were incubated with glucose mixed‐labelled with 3H and 14C in the 6‐position and the 3H/14C ratios of lactate, acetate, citrate and acetylcholine were determined. TheExpand
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Biological exposure limits estimated from relations between occupational styrene exposure during a workweek and excretion of mandelic and phenylglyoxylic acids in urine
SummaryStyrene exposure of 18 workers in fiber-glass reinforced plastic industries was measured for 30-min periods throughout each workday for a week. The styrene uptake was estimated using pulmonaryExpand
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Production and characterization of antibodies to atropine.
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ACETYLCOENZYME A IN BRAIN THE EFFECT OF CENTRALLY ACTIVE DRUGS, INSULIN COMA AND HYPOXIA
CERTAIN centrally active drugs affect the acetylcholine content of the brain, i.e. cholinesterase inhibitors, morphine, tremorogenic agents (Oxotremorine) and barbiturates which increase theExpand
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