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Markers of oxidative damage of nucleic acids and proteins among workers exposed to TiO2 (nano) particles.

D. Pelclova, V. Zdimal, Z. Fenclova, S. Vlckova, F. Turci, I. Corazzari, P. Kacer, J. Schwarz, N. Zikova, K. Syslova, M. Komarc, J. Belacek, T. Navratil and et al.

Biodistribution and toxicity of spherical aluminum oxide nanoparticles.

E. J. Park, G. H. Lee, C. Yoon, U. Jeong, Y. Kim, M. H. Cho and D. W. Kim

The role of gut microbiota in fetal methylmercury exposure: Insights from a pilot study.

S. E. Rothenberg, S. Keiser, N. J. Ajami, M. C. Wong, J. Gesell, J. F. Petrosino and A. Johs

Toxicological assessment of a prototype e-cigaret device and three flavor formulations: a 90-day inhalation study in rats.

M. S. Werley, D. J. Kirkpatrick, M. J. Oldham, A. M. Jerome, T. B. Langston, P. D. Lilly, D. C. Smith and W. J. McKinney

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