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Volume 14, Number 2, March 2000

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Chemical testing strategies for predicting health hazards to children
pp. 83-94(12)
Authors: Lamb, J.C.; Brown, S.M.

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Six high-priority organochlorine pesticides, either singly or in combination, are nonestrogenic in transfected HeLa cells
pp. 95-102(8)
Authors: Tully, D.B.; Cox, V.T.; Mumtaz, M.M.; Davis, V.L.; Chapin, R.E.

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Lactoferrin is an estrogen responsive protein in the uterus of mice and rats
pp. 103-110(8)
Authors: Jefferson, W.N.; Padilla-Banks, E.; Newbold, R.R.

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Dose- and treatment duration-related effects of p-tert-octylphenol on female rats
pp. 119-126(8)
Authors: Katsuda, S.; Yoshida, M.; Isagawa, S.; Asagawa, Y.; Kuroda, H.; Watanabe, T.; Ando, J.; Takahashi, M.; Maekawa, A.

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Effect of mancozeb on ovarian compensatory hypertrophy and biochemical constituents in hemicastrated albino rat*
pp. 127-134(8)
Authors: Mahadevaswami, M.P.; Jadaramkunti, U.C.; Hiremath, M.B.; Kaliwal, B.B.

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A combined reproduction, neonatal development, and neurotoxicity study with 1,6-hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI) in the rat
pp. 135-146(12)
Authors: Astroff, A.B.; Sheets, L.P.; Sturdivant, D.W.; Stuart, B.P.; Shiotsuka, R.N.; Simon, G.S.; Andrews, L.S.

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Relationship between acrylamide reproductive and neurotoxicity in male rats
pp. 147-157(11)
Authors: Tyl, R.W.; Marr, M.C.; Myers, C.B.; Ross, W.P.; Friedman, M.A.

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