Genotoxic effects of asbestos in humans.

Abstract

Risks of carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic effects from asbestos continue owing to the persistence of the fibres in building materials and other products. For this reason, epidemiological and mechanistic research on the toxic effects of asbestos and mineral fibres is still needed. The present molecular epidemiological study was conducted in a former… (More)

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@article{Duinsk2004GenotoxicEO, title={Genotoxic effects of asbestos in humans.}, author={M{\'a}ria Du{\vs}insk{\'a} and Andrew Collins and Alena Kazim{\'i}rov{\'a} and Magdal{\'e}na Barancokov{\'a} and Vikki Harrington and Katar{\'i}na Volkovov{\'a} and Marta Staruchov{\'a} and Alexandra Horsk{\'a} and Ladislava Ws{\'o}lov{\'a} and Anton Ko{\vc}an and J{\'a}n Petr{\'i}k and Miroslav Machata and Brian Ratcliffe and Soterios A Kyrtopoulos}, journal={Mutation research}, year={2004}, volume={553 1-2}, pages={91-102} }