Complex Mixtures: Methods for In Vivo Toxicity Testing
National Academies Press, Jan 1, 1988 - Medical - 227 pages
In the laboratory, testing the toxic effects for a single compound is a straightforward process. However, many common harmful substances occur naturally as mixtures and can interact to exhibit greater toxic effects as a mixture than the individual components exhibit separately. Complex Mixtures addresses the problem of identifying and classifying complex mixtures, investigating the effect of exposure, and the research problems inherent in testing their toxicity to human beings. A complete series of case studies is presented, including one that examines the cofactors of alcohol consumption and cigarette smoke.
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CONCEPTS FOR ANALYZING HUMAN EXPOSURE
TESTING STRATEGIES AND METHODS
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