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The modifying effect of aniline, lead nitrate, carbon tetrachloride and formaldehyde on nitrosodimethylamine-induced blastogenesis was studied in chronic experiments on 750 CBA X C57 / Bl6 female mice. A mixture of carcinogen with aniline or formaldehyde given in drinking water for 39 weeks produced a significantly higher tumor incidence. A similar, though(More)
An experimental evaluation of the impact of a number of chemical compounds toxicologically attributed to different hazardous classes on animal resistibility to influenza virus showed that resistibility dependence on the dose and effect duration had a nonlinear character. There was no complete correlation of a hazardous class of chemical substances and their(More)