Formaldehyde exposure and leukemia: critical review and reevaluation of the results from a study that is the focus for evidence of biological plausibility.

@article{Gentry2013FormaldehydeEA,
  title={Formaldehyde exposure and leukemia: critical review and reevaluation of the results from a study that is the focus for evidence of biological plausibility.},
  author={Patrick R. Gentry and Joseph V. Rodricks and Duncan Turnbull and Annette M. Bachand and Cynthia Van Landingham and Annette M. Shipp and Richard J. Albertini and Richard J. Irons},
  journal={Critical reviews in toxicology},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 8},
  pages={661-70}
}
A recent study (Zhang et al., 2010) has provided results attributed to aneuploidy in circulating stem cells that has been characterized as providing potential support for proposed mechanisms for formaldehyde to impact bone marrow. A critical review of the study, as well as a reanalysis of the underlying data, was performed and the results of this reanalysis suggested factors other than formaldehyde exposure may have contributed to the effects reported. In addition, although the authors stated… CONTINUE READING
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