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Estimation of toxic hazard--a decision tree approach.
Correlation of structural class with no-observed-effect levels: a proposal for establishing a threshold of concern.
Criteria for development of a database for safety evaluation of fragrance ingredients.
- R. A. Ford, B. Domeyer, O. Easterday, K. Maier, J. Middleton
- Materials ScienceRegulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP
- 1 April 2000
This approach, specifically considering the dermal route of exposure as the most relevant one for fragrance ingredients, has been developed and is designed to be conservative but not so much so as to require excessive effort when not justified.
Rho1p, a Yeast Protein at the Interface Between Cell Polarization and Morphogenesis
Experiments with a dominant positive PKC1 gene showed that the two effects of Rho1p are independent of each other, and the colocalization of R Ho1p with actin patches at the site of bud emergence and the role of R ho1p in cell wall synthesis emphasize the importance of RHo1pIn polarized growth and morphogenesis.
Environmental risk assessment for the polycyclic musks AHTN and HHCB in the EU. I. Fate and exposure assessment.
The Chemist's Companion: A Handbook of Practical Data, Techniques, and References
Properties of Molecular Systems I. Properties of Solvents and Common Liquids II. Azeotropic Data III. Empirical Boiling Point-Pressure Relationships IV. Properties of Selected Gases V. Properties of…
Environmental risk assessment for the polycyclic musks, AHTN and HHCB. II. Effect assessment and risk characterisation.
Environmental risk assessment of musk ketone and musk xylene in The Netherlands in accordance with the EU-TGD.
Molecular analysis of Chs3p participation in chitin synthase III activity.
- T. Cos, R. A. Ford, J. A. Trilla, Á. Durán, E. Cabib, C. Roncero
- BiologyEuropean journal of biochemistry
- 1 September 1998
Little correlation was found between the levels of transcription and translation of Chs3p and in vivo function, supporting the previous conclusion that regulation of CSIII occurs at the posttranslational level.