Hormesis and high-risk groups.

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The concept of hormesis (i.e., biological phenomena characterized by dose-response relationships displaying low-dose stimulation and high-dose inhibition) has important implications for current risk assessment practices because of its generalizability with respect to experimental model, agent, and endpoint measured. This paper addresses the question of… (More)

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