Toxicology and Occupational Medicine - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444002884, 9781483165202

Toxicology and Occupational Medicine

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Tenth Inter-American Conference on Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, Key Biscayne (Miami), Florida, October 22-25, 1978

Authors: William B. Deichmann
eBook ISBN: 9781483165202
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1979
Page Count: 496
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Toxicology and Occupational Medicine documents the proceedings of the Tenth Inter-American Conference on Toxicology and Occupational Medicine held in Key Biscayne (Miami), Florida, on 22-25 October 1978. The purpose of the conference was the presentation by delegates of research reports on subjects in the broad field of Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, followed by free discussions by all participants. This volume contains 47 papers and begins by tracing the history of the Inter-American Conferences. Subsequent chapters present papers on topics such as legal and scientific concerns over food safety; factors to consider to ensure the validity of the design of the experiment, the procedure for carrying it out, and the method of interpreting the results; and comparison of mutagenic, carcinogenic, and epidemiological data on known human carcinogens. Other papers cover the hidden carcinogen in the manufacture of isopropyl alcohol; developments in protecting workers from chemical hazards on the job; and safety evaluation of cosmetic ingredients.

Table of Contents


Preface

List of Authors

History of the Inter-American Conferences

Legal and Scientific Concerns Re Carcinogens in Food

Toxicology and its Role in Regulatory Practice

Design of Experiments to Provide Valid Conclusions

Merchant Marine Inspectors and Chemicals

Animal Reproduction and Carcinogenicity Studies in Relation to Human Safety Evaluation

Biological Intermediates as Research Probes in Carcinogenesis Methodology

The Predictive Value of Tests for Carcinogenic and Mutagenic Activity

Suspicion and Confidence in Toxicology and Occupational Medicine

The Hidden Carcinogen in the Manufacture of Isopropyl Alcohol

Carcinogenicity of Dapsone And 4,4'-Thiodianiline

Mechanism of Action of Diet as a Carcinogen

Plant Tannins and Esophageal Cancer

Some Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects in the Interpretation of Chemical Carcinogenesis Data

Organochlorine Pesticides and Liver Cancer Deaths in the United States

The Safety of Food Additives: The Dynamics Of The Issue

Heterotopically Transplanted Rat Urinary Bladder as a Model for Bladder Carcinogenicity Study

Structure-Activity Relationships Amongst the Primary Aromatic Amines in the Induction of Bladder Cancer

N-Acetyltransferase Phenotype and Risk in Industrial Urinary Bladder Cancer: Approaches to High Risk Groups

Biochemical Lesions Induced in the DNA of Rat Bladder Epithelium During the Initiation of Bladder Cancer by N-Methyl-N-Nitrosourea

Bracken Fern (BF), a Natural Urinary Bladder Carcinogen

Effects of 4-Ethylsulf0nylnaphthalene-1-Sulf0namide, Acetazolamide, and Oxamide on the Mouse Urinary Tract

The Effects of Cis-Retinoic Acid on Scanning Electron Micrographs of Bladders from Rats Fed 0.03% FANFT

Recent Development In Protecting Workers From Chemical Hazards On The Job

Safety Evaluation of Cosmetic Ingredients: an Innovative Program

Toxicological Studies on Solvent Refined Coal Materials

Toxicologic Studies of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-P-Dioxin (Tcdd) in Rats

The Metabolism/Pharmacokinetics of Pentachlorophenol in Man, and a Comparison with the Rat and Monkey

Pharmacokinetics of Inhaled or Intraperitoneally Administered Styrene in Rats

Lead Content of Scalp Hairs as an Indicator of Occupational Lead Exposure

The Excretion of Trace Metals in Human Sweat

An Occupational Medical Program for a "Model" Uranium Mill

Excretion Of Carbaryl Into Saliva of the Rat and its Effect on Cholinesterase

Delayed Neurotoxicity of Phenylphosphonothioate Insecticides

Pesticide Monitoring Studies. The Epidemiologic And Toxicologic Potential of Urinary Metabolites

Organochlorine Insecticides And Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Human Milk

Chlordane In Birds: A Study of Lethal Residues and Loss Rates

Endrin in Birds: Lethal Residues And Secondary Poisoning

Effects Of Chronic Aldrin Feeding in Two Strains of Female Rats and a Discussion on the Risks of Carcinogens in Man

The Changing Profile of Fatal Poisonings - an Additional 1,676 Cases

What Causes Ciguatera?

Toxins in the Ciguatera Food Chain

Pain in Jawbones and Teeth in Ciguatera Intoxications

Progress in Potable Water - Usa (1974-1978)

Lumbar Muscle Evaluation as a Guide to Weight Lifting Potential

Estudio Immunotoxicologico en Plaguicidas

Subject Index




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No. of pages:
496
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1979
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9781483165202

About the Author

William B. Deichmann

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