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Role of body composition and physical activity on permethrin urinary biomarker concentrations while wearing treated military uniforms.


S. P. Proctor, M. M. Scarpaci, A. L. Maule, K. J. Heaton, K. Taylor, C. C. Haven, J. Rood, M. Ospina and A. M. Calafat

Sema 3A as a biomarker of the activated mTOR pathway during hexavalent chromium-induced acute kidney injury.


M. F. Song, Y. Yang, Z. W. Yi, Z. Q. Zhang, X. D. Shen, G. H. Hu and Y. F. Zhu

In utero exposure to hexavalent chromium disrupts rat fetal testis development.


W. Zheng, F. Ge, K. Wu, X. Chen, X. Li, Y. Chen, Y. Lv, Q. Lian and R. S. Ge

Betulinic acid protects mice from cadmium chloride-induced toxicity by inhibiting cadmium-induced apoptosis in kidney and liver.


R. Fan, P. C. Hu, Y. Wang, H. Y. Lin, K. Su, X. S. Feng, L. Wei and F. Yang

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