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The uneven world of chemical accident investigation.


J. Johnson

Comparative short-term inhalation toxicity of five organic diketopyrrolopyrrole pigments and two inorganic iron-oxide-based pigments.


T. Hofmann, L. Ma-Hock, V. Strauss, S. Treumann, M. Rey Moreno, N. Neubauer, W. Wohlleben, S. Groters, K. Wiench, U. Veith, W. Teubner, B. van Ravenzwaay and R. Landsiedel

Connecting toxicology and chemistry to ensure safer chemical design.


N. D. Anastas

Probabilistic diagram for designing chemicals with reduced potency to incur cytotoxicity.


L. Q. Shen, R. S. Judson, F. Melnikov, J. Roethle, A. Gudibanda, J. B. Zimmerman and P. T. Anastas

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