Temporal Changes in Rat Liver Gene Expression after Acute Cadmium and Chromium Exposure

  title={Temporal Changes in Rat Liver Gene Expression after Acute Cadmium and Chromium Exposure},
  author={Michael S Madejczyk and Christine E. Baer and William E. Dennis and Valerie C. Minarchick and Stephen S. Leonard and David A. Jackson and Jonathan D Stallings and John Arban Lewis and Donghui Zhu},
  booktitle={PloS one},
U.S. Service Members and civilians are at risk of exposure to a variety of environmental health hazards throughout their normal duty activities and in industrial occupations. Metals are widely used in large quantities in a number of industrial processes and are a common environmental toxicant, which increases the possibility of being exposed at toxic levels. While metal toxicity has been widely studied, the exact mechanisms of toxicity remain unclear. In order to further elucidate these… CONTINUE READING
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