Physicochemical characteristics and biological effects of nickel oxides.

@article{Sunderman1987PhysicochemicalCA,
  title={Physicochemical characteristics and biological effects of nickel oxides.},
  author={Frederick William Sunderman and Sidney M. Hopfer and Julia A Knight and Kilmer S. Mccully and A G Cecutti and P G Thornhill and Kathleen Lynch Conway and Crispin J. Miller and Steven R. Patierno and Max Costa},
  journal={Carcinogenesis},
  year={1987},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          305-13
        }
}
Ten nickel oxides and nickel-copper oxides, which all contained NiO (bunsenite) as the predominant crystalline phase, were assayed as follows: in vitro dissolution tests in water and body fluids; in vitro phagocytosis tests in Chinese hamster ovary and C3H-10T1/2 cells; morphological transformation and cytotoxicity tests in cultured Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells; erythropoiesis stimulation assay by intrarenal administration to Fischer-344 rats; and scoring the renal histopathologic… CONTINUE READING

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