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Type B carboxylesterases (acetylcholinesterases, neuropathy target esterase, serine peptidases), catalyse the hydrolysis of carboxyl-ester substrates by formation of a covalent acyl-enzyme intermediate and subsequent cleavage and release of the acyl group. Organophosphorus compounds, carbamates,...
IARC is reassessing the human carcinogenicity of nickel compounds in 2009. To address the inconsistencies among results from studies of water-soluble nickel compounds, we conducted a weight-of-evidence analysis of the relevant epidemiological, toxicological, and carcinogenic mode-of-action data....
The prediction of the effect of cumulative exposure to similarly acting chemicals is commonly done by dose addition, such as in the relative potency factor approach. This can only be done under the assumption of zero interaction between the chemicals. The related, but not equivalent, isobole...
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