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Oxidative stress with tau hyperphosphorylation in memory impaired 1,2-diacetylbenzene-treated mice.

S. W. Kang, S. J. Kim and M. S. Kim

Low level exposure to inorganic mercury interferes with B cell receptor signaling in transitional type 1 B cells.

R. Gill, M. J. McCabe and A. J. Rosenspire

Exposure to an environmentally relevant mixture of brominated flame retardants decreased p-β-cateninser675 expression and its interaction with E-cadherin in the mammary glands of lactating rats.

E. Dianati, M. G. Wade, B. F. Hales, B. Robaire and I. Plante

Assessment of the mutagenic potential of hexavalent chromium in the duodenum of big blue® rats.

C. M. Thompson, R. R. Young, H. Dinesdurage, M. Suh, M. A. Harris, A. C. Rohr and D. M. Proctor

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