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content material: Perceptions in chemical publicity overview / Robert I. Krieger --
utilizing two-day meals intake survey information for longitudinal nutritional publicity analyses / Barbara J. Petersen ... [et al.] --
Percutaneous penetration of insecticides : scientific ramifications / Jackie M. Tripp, Francisca Kartono, and Howard I. Maibach --
checking out for chronic natural pollution in banked maternal serum specimens / William M. Draper ... [et al.] --
Assessing publicity to agricultural fumigants in open air and indoor air environments / James E. Woodrow and Robert I. Krieger --
atmosphere fumigant software buffer zones / T.A. Barry, B. Johnson, and R. Segawa --
constructing pesticide publicity mitigation suggestions / Thomas Thongsinthusak and Joseph P. Frank --
A truth repair for possibility managers / John H. Ross, Jeffrey H. motive force, and Robert I. Krieger --
Indoor human pyrethrins publicity : touch, absorption, metabolism, and urine biomonitoring / Sami Selim and Robert I. Krieger --
tracking human publicity to insecticides utilizing immunoassay / Marja E. Koivunen ... [et al.] --
Dosimetry and biomonitoring following golfer publicity to chlorpyrifos / Raymond A. Putnam and J. Marshall Clark --
overview of pesticide exposures for epidemiologic learn : size errors and bias / Shelley A. Harris --
Dose prediction modeling for epidemiologic overview of pesticide publicity dangers in occupational cohorts / Shelley A. Harris and Kristen M. Wells --
overview of power carbaryl exposures linked to residential garden and backyard product use : result of a organic tracking application / Curt Lunchick, Jeffrey H. driving force, and John H. Ross --
Probabilistic tools for the assessment of capability mixture exposures linked to agricultural and buyer makes use of of insecticides : a case learn in line with carbaryl / Jeffrey H. motive force ... [et al.].

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14. , and Burke T. (2004). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2007. ch002 34 dietary exposure: a methyl-mercury case study. Risk Analysis, 24, 19-30. 15. US EPA (1999a). pdf, accessed 03/02/05) 16. US EPA (1999b). pdf, accessed 03/02/05) 17. US EPA (2000). Available Information on Assessing Exposure from Pesticides in Foods. pdf, accessed 03/02/05) 18. 18. pdf, accessed 03/02/05) 19. US EPA (2002b) Final report of the FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel Meeting, February 5-7, 2002.

The material has both certified and reference concentration values for 25 CBs, 10 chlorinated pesticides and other persistent and bioaccumulating compounds. Method accuracy and precision were evaluated by repeated analysis of SRM 1589a reconstituted in laboratory reagent water. Blanks, laboratory reagent water substituted for serum, also were analyzed repeatedly to evaluate laboratory contamination and bias. Calf serum used for method development was obtained from Invitrogen (Carlsbad, CA). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2007.

Twenty-six target compounds were determined including 6 DDTs, 15 CBs and 5 BDEs, BDE-47, -99, -100, -153, and -154. 9 ng/mL. 4,4'-DDT was detected in only two subjects. 9 ng s-BDE/mL. This study demonstrates that chemical analysis of environmental contaminants in banked XAFP specimens is technically feasible, and that chemical analysis of these specimens could provide exposure information in population-based studies. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2007. 50 One of the fundamental hurdles in biomonitoring is obtaining specimens in a cost effective and safe manner that protects the privacy and other interests of human subjects.

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