Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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June 1988

Volume 534 Living in a Chemical World: Occupational and Environmental Significance of Industrial Carcinogens

Pages xv–xxv, 1–1041

    1. Preface (pages xv–xvi)

      CESARE MALTONI and IRVING J. SELIKOFF

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30078.x

  1. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Message of His Holiness the Pope, John Paul II (page xvii)

      Cardinal Agostino Casaroli

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30079.x

    2. Greetings (page xviii)

      MAURO MORUZZI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30080.x

    3. Greetings (page xix)

      FRANCESCO POCCHIARI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30081.x

    4. Greetings (page xx)

      LEONARDO SANTI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30082.x

    5. Greetings (pages xxi–xxii)

      LANFRANCO TURCI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30083.x

    6. Greetings (pages xxiii–xxv)

      GIANNI DE MICHELIS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30084.x

  2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Carcinogenesis Studies: Results of 398 Experiments on 104 Chemicals from the U. S. National Toxicology Program (pages 1–30)

      J. E. HUFF, E. E. McCONNELL, J. K. HASEMAN, G. A. BOORMAN, S. L. EUSTIS, B. A. SCHWETZ, G. N. RAO, C. W. JAMESON, L. G. HART and D. P. RALL

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30085.x

    2. IARC Evaluations in the Light of Limitations of Human Epidemiologic Data (pages 44–54)

      WILLIAM J. NICHOLSON

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30088.x

    3. Common Goals of Prevention and Treatment of Cancer (pages 62–66)

      UMBERTO VERONESI and GLORIA SACCANI JOTTI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30090.x

    4. Environmental Carcinogens : Using Pesticides and Nitrosamines as Paradigms (pages 67–73)

      R. MONTESANO, J. R. P. CABRAL and J. D. WILBOURN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30091.x

    5. Discussion Paper (pages 74–75)

      PIETRO COMBA

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30092.x

    6. Discussion Paper (page 76)

      L. FISHBEIN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30093.x

    7. General Discussion: Session I (page 77)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30094.x

  3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. General Discussion: Session II (pages 84–88)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30096.x

  4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Mutation and Neoplastic Transformation : Correlations and Dissociations (pages 95–98)

      J. CARL BARRETT, MITSUO OSHIMURA, TAKEKI TSUTSUI and NORIHO TANAKA

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30098.x

    2. Induction of Focal and Nodular Liver Lesions in Rodents as an Indication of Human Carcinogenic Risk (pages 99–105)

      STAN D. VESSELINOVITCH and SILVANA NEGRI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30099.x

    3. Discussion Paper (pages 111–112)

      PETER BROOKES

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30101.x

    4. General Discussion: Session III (pages 113–114)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30102.x

  5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Can Chemical Carcinogenicity Be Predicted by Short-Term Tests? (pages 115–126)

      MORTIMER L. MENDELSOHN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30103.x

    2. Short-Term Tests—Relevance for Human Cancer Risk : Discussion Paper (pages 139–140)

      I. F. H. PURCHASE

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30106.x

    3. General Discussion: Session IV (pages 141–144)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30107.x

  6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Long-Term Carcinogenicity Bioassay on Vinylidene Chloride Administered by Inhalation to Sprague-Dawley Rats : New Results (pages 160–168)

      GIULIANO COTTI, CESARE MALTONI and GIUSEPPE LEFEMINE

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30109.x

    2. Acrylonitrile as a Carcinogen : Research Needs for Better Risk Assessment (pages 169–178)

      D. E. STROTHER, R. W. MAST, R. C. KRASKA and V. FRANKOS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30110.x

    3. Long-Term Carcinogenicity Bioassays on Acrylonitrile Administered by Inhalation and by Ingestion to Sprague-Dawley Rats (pages 179–202)

      CESARE MALTONI, ADRIANO CILIBERTI, GIULIANO COTTI and GIORGIO PERINO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30111.x

    4. Long-Term Carcinogenicity Bioassays on Propylene Administered by Inhalation to Sprague-Dawley Rats and Swiss Mice (pages 235–245)

      ADRIANO CILIBERTI, CESARE MALTONI and GIORGIO PERINO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30113.x

  7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Carcinogenic and Mutagenic Potential of Several Fluorocarbons (pages 283–298)

      E. LONGSTAFF

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30117.x

    2. Establishing Priorities for Experimental Studies (pages 299–306)

      DIANA ANDERSON

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30118.x

    3. General Discussion: Session V (pages 307–315)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30119.x

  8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Long-Term Carcinogenicity Bioassays on Trichloroethylene Administered by Inhalation to Sprague-Dawley Rats and Swiss and B6C3F1 Mice (pages 316–342)

      CESARE MALTONI, GIUSEPPE LEFEMINE, GIULIANO COTTI and GIORGIO PERINO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30120.x

    2. Inhalation Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies of Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane) in F344/N Rats and B6C3F1 Mice (pages 343–351)

      J. H. MENNEAR, E. E. McCONNELL, J. E. HUFF, R. A. RENNE and E. GIDDENS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30121.x

  9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Introduction: Aldehydes (pages 367–368)

      ROLF BASS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30123.x

    2. DNA and Chromosome Damage Induced by Acetaldehyde in Human Lymphocytes in Vitro (pages 369–376)

      BO LAMBERT and SAI-MEI HE

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30124.x

  10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Metal Carcinogenesis (pages 377–386)

      TOR NORSETH

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30125.x

    2. Occupational Cancer in Metalworking and Transportation Equipment Industries (pages 387–393)

      FRANKLIN E. MIRER, MICHAEL A. SILVERSTEIN, ROBERT PARK and NEIL MAIZLISH

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30126.x

    3. Epidemiologic Approaches to Evaluation : Discussion Paper (page 394)

      WALTER J. ROGAN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30127.x

    4. Epidemiologic Approaches to Evaluation of Carcinogens (pages 395–399)

      JACK SIEMIATYCKI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30128.x

    5. General Discussion: Session VI (pages 400–407)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30129.x

  11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Recent Laboratory Studies in Chemical Carcinogenesis: Gasoline (pages 408–411)

      M. A. MEHLMAN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30130.x

    2. Further Evidence of Benzene Carcinogenicity : Results on Wistar Rats and Swiss Mice Treated by Ingestion (pages 412–426)

      CESARE MALTONI, BARBARA CONTI, GIORGIO PERINO and VITO DI MAIO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30131.x

    3. Carcinogenesis Studies of Benzene, Methyl Benzene, and Dimethyl Benzenes (pages 427–440)

      J. E. HUFF, W. EASTIN, J. ROYCROFT, S. L. EUSTIS and J. K. HASEMAN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30132.x

    4. Gasoline Toxicology : Implications for Human Health (pages 441–451)

      NEILL K. WEAVER

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30133.x

    5. Carcinogenicity of Mineral Oils (pages 452–458)

      EULA BINGHAM

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30134.x

    6. Trends in Combustion Technology in Relation to Health Risk (pages 459–471)

      ALDO DI LORENZO and ANTONIO D'ALESSIO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30135.x

    7. Current Perspectives on Gasoline (Light Hydrocarbon)-Induced Male Rat Nephropathy (pages 481–485)

      JAMES E. GIBSON and JAMES S. BUS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30137.x

    8. Recent Laboratory Studies in Chemical Carcinogenesis: Benzene (pages 486–489)

      PETER F. INFANTE

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30138.x

    9. Recent Laboratory Studies in Chemical Carcinogenesis : Discussion Paper (pages 490–492)

      BENJAMIN F. TRUMP

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30139.x

    10. Benzene and Its Biologic Effects in Humans : Discussion Paper (pages 493–495)

      ALESSANDRA FORNI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30140.x

    11. General Discussion: Session VII (pages 496–512)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30141.x

  12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Rat Liver Foci and in Vitro Assays to Detect Initiating and Promoting Effects of Chlorinated Ethanes and Ethylenes (pages 521–530)

      HARRY A. MILMAN, DAVID L. STORY, EDWARD S. RICCIO, ANDREW SIVAK, ALICE S. TU, GARY M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES TONG and CHARLES A. TYSON

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30143.x

    2. Liver Foci Formation during Aflatoxin B1 Carcinogenesis in the Rat (pages 531–540)

      MORANDO SOFFRITTI and ERNEST E. McCONNELL

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30144.x

    3. Free-Radical-Mediated Chemical Carcinogenesis (pages 552–564)

      PETER J. O'BRIEN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30146.x

  13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Intestinal Absorption of Carcinogenic Hydrocarbons (pages 565–574)

      J. M. LAHER and J. A. BARROWMAN

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30147.x

    2. The Role of Intervention Studies in Ascertaining the Contribution of Dietary Factors in Lung Cancer : The Seattle Chemoprevention Trial of Retinoids in Asbestos-Exposed Workers (pages 575–583)

      G. S. OMENN, G. E. GOODMAN, G. D. KLEINMAN, L. ROSENSTOCK, S. BARNHART, P. FEIGL, D. B. THOMAS, D. KALMAN, B. LUND, R. L. PRENTICE and M. M. HENDERSON

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30148.x

    3. Chemoprevention of Indirect and Direct Chemical Carcinogenesis by Carotenoids as Oxygen Radical Quenchers (pages 584–596)

      L. SANTAMARIA, A. BIANCHI, A. ARNABOLDI, C. RAVETTO, L. BIANCHI, R. PIZZALA, L. ANDREONI, G. SANTAGATI and P. BERMOND

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30149.x

    4. Nitrate Exposure and the Carcinogenic Process (pages 597–603)

      DAVID FORMAN, SAMIN AL-DABBAGH, TERI KNIGHT and RICHARD DOLL

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30150.x

    5. Incidence of Pancreatic Tumors and Tumor Precursors in Sprague-Dawley Rats after Administration of Olive Oil (pages 604–617)

      GIORGIO PERINO, BARBARA CONTI, ADRIANO CILIBERTI and CESARE MALTONI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30151.x

    6. Vitamin Intervention on Precancerous Lesions of the Esophagus in a High-Risk Population in China (pages 618–619)

      N. MUÑOZ, J. WAHRENDORF, LU JIAN BANG, M. CRESPI and A. GRASSI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30152.x

  14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Chronic Toxkity Results and Ongoing Studies of 1,3-Butadiene by the National Toxicology Program (pages 648–662)

      R. L. MELNICK, J. E. HUFF, J. K. HASEMAN and E. E. McCONNELL

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30155.x

    2. Species Differences in Butadiene Metabolism between Mouse and Rat (pages 663–670)

      REINHOLD J. LAIB, JOHANNES G. FILSER and REINHARD KREILING

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30156.x

    3. Mutagenicity Studies on Styrene and Vinyl Acetate (pages 671–678)

      HANNU NORPPA, JORMA MÄKI-PAAKKANEN, KAARINA JANTUNEN, PIRKKO EINISTÖ and RIITTA RÄTY

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30157.x

    4. Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis of Halogenated Ethylenes (pages 679–693)

      GIORGIO CANTELLI-FORTI and GIORGIO BRONZETTI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30158.x

    5. Experimental and Human Surveillance on BHC and DDT Insecticides Commonly Used in India (pages 694–705)

      S. K. NIGAM, A. B. KARNIK, B. C. LAKKAD, K. N. THAKORE and B. H. JOSHI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30159.x

    6. Carcinogenicity and Genotoxicity of the Herbicide 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyethanol (TCPE) Contaminated with Dioxin (pages 706–713)

      JÁNOS SUGÁR, KÁROLY TÓTH and EDITH OLÁH

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30160.x

    7. Pulmonary Carcinogenic Effects of Ozone (pages 714–723)

      MOHAMMAD G. MUSTAFA, CHRISTOPHER M. HASSETT, GORDON W. NEWELL and GERHARD N. SCHRAUZER

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30161.x

    8. Genotoxicity of Organic Extracts from Atmospheric Particles (pages 724–740)

      Y. A. COURTOIS, S. MIN, C. LACHENAL, J. M. JACQUOT-DESCHAMPS, F. CALLAIS and B. FESTY

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30162.x

    9. Short-Term Tests for the Evaluation of Potential Cancer Risk of Modified Asbestos Fibers (pages 741–753)

      MARIE-CLAUDE JAURAND, ANNIE RENIER, ANNIE GAUDICHET, LAURENCE KHEUANG, LAURE MAGNE and JEAN BIGNON

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30163.x

    10. Results of Recent Experimental Research on the Carcinogenicity of Natural and Modified Asbestos (pages 754–761)

      FRANCO MINARDI and CESARE MALTONI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30164.x

    11. Clinical Chemical Carcinogens and Bureaucratic Intransigence (pages 762–775)

      RALPH E. YODAIKEN and DIANE BENNETT

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30165.x

    12. Detection of Genotoxic Substances in Cancer Patients Receiving Antineoplastic Drugs (pages 776–791)

      A. KOHN, M. DONCHIN, J. Y. JACOBS, Y. HORN, Y. GIBOR, F. FISH, G. RIESENFELD, F. KIRENBERG, I. LAMPERT, A. HALACHMI and M. HERZBERG

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30166.x

    13. A Chemical Analysis of Dust in the Leather Industry with Reference to the Presence of Possible Oncogenic Agents (pages 792–807)

      V. L. LAHIRI, P. KHANNA, B. R. ELHENCE, K. SINGH, P. K. WAHAL, K. N. MEHROTRA and A. GUPTA

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30167.x

    14. Cancer Risk Evaluation in an Area with a High Density of Chemical Plants : An Interdisciplinary Approach (pages 808–816)

      RICCARDO PUNTONI, CLAUDIA BOLOGNESI, STEFANO BONASSI, FRANCO MERLO, ANDREA MARI, GIACOMO MERIALDO and LEONARDO SANTP

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30168.x

    15. The SOS Chromotest, a Colorimetric Assay Based on the Primary Cellular Responses to Genotoxic Agents (pages 817–825)

      MAURICE HOFNUNG and PHILIPPE QUILLARDET

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30169.x

    16. Cigarette Smoking among School Pupils in Italy (pages 826–832)

      GLORIA SACCANI JOTTI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30170.x

    17. General Discussion: Session VIII (pages 845–857)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30172.x

  15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Technology, Development, Stewardship and Ethical Considerations (pages 858–862)

      FIORENZO ANGELINI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30173.x

    2. Adequacy of Current Structures (pages 885–889)

      NEAL NEUBERGER

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30175.x

    3. Adequacy of Current Governmental Monitoring (pages 890–892)

      F. POCCHIARI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30176.x

    4. The Role of Scientific Research and of Research Workers (pages 904–906)

      DAVID V. BATES

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30178.x

    5. Discussion Paper (pages 917–919)

      MICHAEL McCLOSKEY

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30180.x

    6. Ethical and Metaethical Criteria for Emerging Technologies (pages 920–927)

      SHELDON W. SAMUELS

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30181.x

    7. Living in a Chemical World (pages 933–934)

      A. MOCCALDI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30183.x

    8. General Discussion: Session IX (pages 935–942)

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30184.x

  16. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Greetings (pages 943–945)

      GUISEPPE CHICCHI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30185.x

    2. Eutrophication of Inland and Coastal Waters in Italy (pages 950–958)

      R. MARCHETTI, A. PROVINI and G. F. GAGGINO

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30187.x

    3. Eutrophication in the Emilia-Romagna Coastal Waters in 1984–1985 (pages 959–977)

      ATTILIO RINALDI and GIUSEPPE MONTANARI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30188.x

    4. Sediments and Pollution in the Northern Adriatic Sea (pages 1000–1020)

      F. FRASCARI, M. FRIGNANI, S. GUERZONI and M. RAVAIOLI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30191.x

  17. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Bernardino Ramazzini and Occupational Lung Medicine (pages 1029–1037)

      ALBERTO A. BISETTI

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30193.x

  18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: OPENING SESSION
    3. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION I. CAUSES OF HUMAN CANCER: WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS KNOWABLE
    4. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION II: ANIMAL CARCINOGENESIS TESTING: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    5. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION III. MECHANISMS OF CARCINOGENICITY AND INTERPLAY OF PERMISSIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY
    6. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IV. SHORT-TERM TESTS: RELEVANCE FOR HUMAN CANCER RISK
    7. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Plastic monomers
    8. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION V. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Propellants
    9. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Chlorinated solvents
    10. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Aldehydes
    11. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VI. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Metals
    12. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SECTION VII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS: Petrol and petrol derivatives
    13. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Mechanism of chemical carcinogenesis
    14. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Nutrition and cancer
    15. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION VIII. RECENT LABORATORY STUDIES IN CARCINOGENESIS: Carcinogenic potential of specific chemical compounds: experimental and epidemiologicul data
    16. PART I. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CARCINOGENS: SESSION IX. LIVING IN A CHEMICAL WORLD
    17. PART II. ESTUARIAN, MARINE, AND LAKE POLLUTION: IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL AND DETERGENT CHEMICALS
    18. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: THE RAMAZZINI LECTURES
    19. PART III. MEETING OF THE COLLEGIUM RAMAZZINI: LATE PAPER
    1. Extent of Carcinogenicity Testing of Commercial Chemicals (pages 1038–1041)

      EULA BINGHAM

      Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb30194.x

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