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Does GLP enhance the quality of toxicological evidence for regulatory decisions?
Rat Urinary Osteopontin and Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin Improve Certainty of Detecting Drug-Induced Kidney Injury
Disruption of DNA Damage-Response by Propyl Gallate and 9-Aminoacridine
Cognitive and Behavioral Impairments Evoked by Low-Level Exposure to Tobacco Smoke Components
Therapeutic Antibody-Induced Vascular Toxicity Due to Off-Target Activation of Nitric Oxide in Cynomolgus Monkeys
Identification of Environmental Quaternary Ammonium Compounds as Direct Inhibitors of Cholesterol Biosynthesis
Involvement of Mouse Constitutive Androstane Receptor in Acifluorfen-Induced Liver Injury and Subsequent Tumor Development
Using ToxCast to Explore Chemical Activities and Hazard Traits
In Vitro L6 Irritation Assay Predicts Clinical Injection Site Reactions for Small Molecules
Vinyl Chloride Metabolites Potentiate Inflammatory Liver Injury Caused by LPS in Mice
Perinatal Lead Exposure Alters Gut Microbiota Composition and Results in Sex-specific Bodyweight Increases in Adult Mice
Sulfur Dioxide Contributes to the Cardiac and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Rats
Proposed Mode of Action for Acrolein Respiratory Toxicity Associated with Inhaled Tobacco Smoke
Subtoxic Alterations in Hepatocyte-Derived Exosomes
Cancer Stem-Like Cells Accumulated in Nickel-Induced Malignant Transformation
Linking Inflammation and Parkinson Disease
Activation of Constitutive Androstane Receptor (CAR) in Mice Results in Maintained Biliary Excretion of Bile Acids Despite a Marked Decrease of Bile Acids in Liver
First Morphological and Molecular Evidence of the Negative Impact of Diatom-Derived Hydroxyacids on the Sea Urchin Paracentrotus lividus
The G Protein-Coupled Estrogen Receptor Agonist G-1 Inhibits Nuclear Estrogen Receptor Activity and Stimulates Novel Phosphoproteomic Signatures
Grouping 34 Chemicals Based on Mode of Action Using Connectivity Mapping
An 8-Month Systems Toxicology Inhalation/Cessation Study in Apoe−/− Mice to Investigate Cardiovascular and Respiratory Exposure Effects of a Candidate Modified Risk Tobacco Product, THS 2.2, Compared With Conventional Cigarettes
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