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The National Toxicology Program"s Chemical Database, Volume II

by Lawrence H. Keith

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Encyclopaedias & Reference Works,
  • Medical toxicology,
  • Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Science / Chemistry / General,
  • Reference,
  • Toxicology,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11117653M
    ISBN 100873716884
    ISBN 109780873716888

    The second edition of the Encyclopedia of Toxicology continues its comprehensive survey of toxicology. This new edition continues to present entries devoted to key concepts and specific chemicals. There has been an increase in entries devoted to international organizations and well-known toxic-related incidents such as Love Canal and Chernobyl.   Purchase Progress in Chemical Toxicology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.

    Toxicology Databases: Material Safety Data/ Toxicity Toxseek - a Toxicology and Environmental Health search engine developed by the National Library of Medicine (US); Free Internet access to TOXNET databases (CCRIS, GENE-TOX, HSDB, IRIS & RTECS) is now available, courtesy of the National Library of Medicine.; SIRI Vermont This is said to contain over , Manufacturers' Safety Data Sheets.   Chemical Acronyms Database (maintained by the Indiana University Chemistry Library) There are two ways to search this chemical acronyms database (contains references): search by acronym and search by keyword. You can also enter a new record by filling an online form.

    @article{osti_, title = {TOXNET and Beyond: Using the National Library of Medicine's Environmental Health and Toxicology Portal}, author = {Templin-Branner, W}, abstractNote = {The National Library of Medicine's Environmental Health and Toxicology Portal provides access to numerous databases that can help you explore environmental chemicals and risks. Thiabendazole is a benzimidazole derivative with anthelminthic property. Although the mechanism of action has not been fully elucidated, thiabendazole inhibits the helminth-specific mitochondrial enzyme fumarate reductase, thereby inhibiting the citric acid cycle, mitochondrial respiration and subsequent production of ATP, ultimately leading to helminth's death.


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The National Toxicology Program"s Chemical Database, Volume II by Lawrence H. Keith Download PDF EPUB FB2

The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2, different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or experimentally determined. Each compound is listed in every volume The National Toxicology Programs Chemical Database when there is no information available for it in some volumes.

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