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Economists face no fundamental problem in calculating the optimal exposure of a hormetic substance and this could potentially be set as a regulatory level. This level would be where the marginal cost of control is equal to the slope of the exposure-response function. There are a number of...
The implications of hormesis for decision making about control of environmental exposures are examined. From an economic perspective, environmental exposures should be controlled to a level that optimizes health effects and minimizes control costs. The possibility that substances are, or may be,...
Metabolism in fresh and cryopreserved (CP) rat, dog and monkey hepatocyte suspensions and cultures was measured using midazolam (CYP3A), tolbutamide (CYP2C), dextromethorphan (CYP2D) and p-nitrophenol (glucuronosyl S-transferases (UGT), sulphotransferases (ST)). CYP3A, CYP2C9, CYP2D6, UGT and ST...
Instrument choice - the comparison of technology standards, performance standards, taxes and tradable permits - has been a major topic in environmental law and environmental economics. Most analyses assume that emissions and health effects are positively and linearly related. If they are not,...
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