Skin carcinogenicity of condensed asphalt roofing fumes and their fractions following dermal application to mice.

@article{Sivak1997SkinCO,
  title={Skin carcinogenicity of condensed asphalt roofing fumes and their fractions following dermal application to mice.},
  author={Alisa Sivak and Roland Niemeier and Deirdre Lynch and K Beltis and Sabine Simon and Raffi Salomon and Robert Latta and B R Belinky and Keon E Menzies and Allen Lunsford and Cathleen Cooper and Alfred Ross and Rebecca Bruner},
  journal={Cancer letters},
  year={1997},
  volume={117 1},
  pages={113-23}
}
Condensed roofing asphalt fumes, generated at 316 degrees C, were collected by cold trap condensation and fractionated by preparative high performance liquid chromatography. Chemical classes in each of the fractions (A-E) were identified by gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy. The fractions, various combinations of fractions, the raw and heated asphalt, the neat asphalt fume and the reconstituted asphalt were tested for carcinogenicity, and three fractions were tested for cocarcinogenicity and… CONTINUE READING

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