Exposure of humans to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons is an ongoing concern because of the carcinogenicity of these substances. DNA adducts are being increasingly used as indicators of carcinogen exposure. While considerable experimental evidence exists to support their use there are aspects that require further attention, especially after repeated… (More)
Queensland. The study team would also like to thank: • The organisations and personnel indicated in Appendix II, who provided information to the study, in particular: • Commonwealth, state and territory governments. • Business and industry organisations.