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The Assessment of Local Tolerance, Acute Toxicity, and DNA Biodistribution Following Particle-Mediated Delivery of a DNA Vaccine to Minipigs
Olfactory Epithelium as a Novel Toxic Target Following an Intravenous Administration of Vincristine to Mice
Skeletal Changes in Rats Given Daily Subcutaneous Injections of Recombinant Human Parathyroid Hormone (1-34) for 2 Years and Relevance to Human Safety
Gastric Neuroendocrine Tumors in a 2-Year Oncogenicity Study With CD-1 Mice
Twenty-Six-Week Carcinogenicity Study of Chloroform in CB6F1 ras H2-Transgenic Mice
Acute Changes in Lung Histopathology and Bronchoalveolar Lavage Parameters in Mice Exposed to the Choking Agent Gas Phosgene
The Effects of Methyl Methacrylate on Nasal Cavity, Lung, and Antioxidant System (An Experimental Inhalation Study)
Neonatal Exposure to p-tert-octylphenol Causes Abnormal Expression of Estrogen Receptor α and Subsequent Alteration of Cell Proliferating Activity in the Developing Donryu Rat Uterus
Alpha-Glutathione S-Transferase in the Assessment of Hepatotoxicity—Its Diagnostic Utility in Comparison with Other Recognized Markers in the Wistar Han Rat
Air Pollution and Brain Damage
Periosteal Hyperostosis (Exostosis) in DBA/1 Male Mice
In Vitro Models to Study Hepatotoxicity
An Immunohistochemical Label to Facilitate Counting of Ovarian Follicles
Statistical Methods for Carcinogenicity Studies
Commentary from Peter N. Lee, Ph.D. and John S. Fry, Ph.D.
Commentary from William R. Fair weather, Ph.D.
Commentary from Joseph K. Haseman, Ph.D.
Commentary from Ralph L. Kodell, Ph.D. and James J. Chen, Ph.D.
Commentary from Arthur J. Roth, Ph.D.
Commentary from Keith Soper, Ph.D.
Final Comments from Peter N. Lee, Ph.D. and John S. FrY, Ph.D.
The Society of Toxicologic Pathology's Recommendations on Statistical Analysis of Rodent Carcinogenicity Studies