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Patty's toxicology. Vol. 1, [Toxicology issues, inorganic particulates, dusts, products of biological origin, and pathogens] [publication] /

by Bingham, Eula [edt]; Attfield, Michael [clb].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester [etc.] : J. Wiley, 2001, cop. 2001Edition: 5th ed.Description: XVI, 852 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471319325 (V.1).MeSH subject(s): Toxicology | Occupational Health | Occupational Exposure | EncyclopediasPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Contents: 1. Industrial toxicology: origins and trends 2. Pathways and measuring exposure to toxic substances 3. Reproductive and developmental toxicology 4. Occupational chemical carcinogenesis 5. Noncancer risk assessment: principles and practice in environmental and occupational settings 6. Interactions 7. Ecogenetics: the study of gene-environment interaction 8. Regulations and guidelines in the workplace 9. Toxic chemical information sources 10. Use of toxicological data in evaluating chemical safety 11. Silica and silica compounds 12. Asbestos 13. Talc 14. Rock wool and refractory ceramic fibers 15. Fiberglass 16. Coal 17. Wood dust 18. Cotton and other textile dusts 19. Bioaerosols and disease 20. Bloodborne pathogens in the workplace 21. Tuberculosis and other mycobacteria 22. Petroleum, coal tar, and related products
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Contents: 1. Industrial toxicology: origins and trends 2. Pathways and measuring exposure to toxic substances 3. Reproductive and developmental toxicology 4. Occupational chemical carcinogenesis 5. Noncancer risk assessment: principles and practice in environmental and occupational settings 6. Interactions 7. Ecogenetics: the study of gene-environment interaction 8. Regulations and guidelines in the workplace 9. Toxic chemical information sources 10. Use of toxicological data in evaluating chemical safety 11. Silica and silica compounds 12. Asbestos 13. Talc 14. Rock wool and refractory ceramic fibers 15. Fiberglass 16. Coal 17. Wood dust 18. Cotton and other textile dusts 19. Bioaerosols and disease 20. Bloodborne pathogens in the workplace 21. Tuberculosis and other mycobacteria 22. Petroleum, coal tar, and related products