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1 Approach to setting occupational exposure limits for sensory irritants in the Netherlands
article 2001    
Author: Feron, V.J. · Arts, J.H.E. · Mojet, J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Air Pollutants, Occupational · Humans · Hypersensitivity · Irritants · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Netherlands · Sensation Disorders
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2 Categorization of health risks from exposure to active pharmaceutical ingredients = Categorisatie van bereidingsrisico's
article 2005    
Author: Tielemans, E. · Schaafsma, G. · Heer, C. de · Rijnders, E. · Groenewold, M. · Bouwman, Y.
Keywords: Safety Chemistry · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · pyridoxine derivative · drug contamination · drug exposure · drug manufacture · health hazard · human · maximum allowable concentration · Netherlands · occupational exposure · short survey · toxicity

3 Proposal for the assessment of quantitative dermal exposure limits in occupational environments: Part 2. Feasibility study for application in an exposure scenario for MDA by two different dermal exposure sampling methods
article 1998    
Author: Bos, P.M.J. · Brouwer, D.H. · Stevenson, H. · Hoogendoorn, L. · Boogaard, P.J. · Kort, W.L.A.M. de · Hemmen, J.J. van
Keywords: Nutrition · Biological monitoring · Compliance · Dermal exposure monitoring · Dermal occupational exposure limit · MDA · 4,4' methylenedianiline · Adult · Allergens · Aniline Compounds · Carcinogens · Environmental Monitoring · Humans · Male · Manufactured Materials · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Occupational Exposure · Risk Assessment · Skin Absorption · Gossypium hirsutum
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4 Significance of the dog as 'second animal species' in toxicity testing for establishing the lowest 'no-toxic-effect level'
article 1986    
Author: Appelman, L.M. · Feron, V.J.
Keywords: Animal experiment · Comparative toxicology · Dog · Economic aspect · Intoxication · No toxic effect level · Nonhuman · Rat · Toxicity testing · Animal · Dogs · Drug Toxicity · Food Additives · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Pesticides · Rats · Species Specificity · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
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5 Animal models to test respiratory allergy of low molecular weight chemicals: A guidance
article 2007    
Author: Arts, J.H.E. · Kuper, C.F.
Keywords: Health · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Animal model · Challenge · LMW chemical · Respiratory allergy · Sensitisation · Test method · allergen · chemical compound · allergic asthma · animal experiment · animal model · article · controlled study · dose response · maximum allowable concentration · mouse · nonhuman · priority journal · rat · respiratory tract allergy · risk assessment · sensitivity analysis · sensitization · Allergens · Animals · Asthma · Disease Models, Animal · Guidelines · Hypersensitivity · Irritants · Molecular Weight · Toxicity Tests · Animalia
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6 Does the risk of childhood diabetes mellitus require revision of the guideline values for nitrate in drinking water?
article 2000    
Author: Maanen, J.M.S. van · Albering, H.J. · Kok, T.M.C.M. de · Breda, S.G.J. van · Curfs, D.M.J. · Vermeer, I.T.M. · Ambergen, A.W. · Wolffenbuttel, B.H.R. · Kleinjans, J.C.S. · Reeser, H.M.
Keywords: Health · Drinking water · Guideline values · Age distribution · Exposure · Incidence · Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus · Major clinical study · Multivariate analysis · Practice guideline · Regression analysis · Adolescent · Child · Child, Preschool · Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1 · Environmental Health · European Union · Female · Guidelines · Humans · Infant · Infant, Newborn · Male · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Netherlands · Nitrates · Risk Factors · Water Pollutants, Chemical · Water Supply · World Health Organization
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7 Evaluating the migration of ingredients from active packaging and development of dedicated methods: A study of two iron-based oxygen absorbers
article 2003    
Author: López-Cervantes, L. · Sánchez-Machado, D.I. · Pastorelli, S. · Rijk, R. · Paseiro-Losada, P.
Keywords: Packaging · Analytical research · Active packaging · Migration · Oxygen absorber · Simulants · acetic acid · agar · chloride ion · ferrous ion · oxygen · plastic · scavenger · sodium ion · water · absorption · analytic method · article · concentration (parameters) · controlled study · European Union · food composition · food packaging · gel · infrared spectrometry · liquid · maximum allowable concentration · migration · priority journal · scanning electron microscopy · simulation · solid · standard · vacuum · viscosity · X ray fluorescence · Acetic Acid · European Union · Food Analysis · Food Contamination · Food Packaging · Food Preservation · Free Radical Scavengers · Iron · Legislation, Food · Sodium Chloride · Water
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8 An experimental study to investigate the feasibility to classify paints according to neurotoxicological risks: Occupational air requirement (OAR) and indoor use of alkyd paints
article 2005    
Author: Brouwer, D.H. · Pater, N.A.J. de · Zomer, C. · Lurvink, M.W.M. · Hemmen, J.J. van
Keywords: Health Workplace · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Indoor exposure · Paint composition · VOC · Air · Indoor exposure · Paint composition · Risk classification · Occupational diseases · thinner · volatile agent · volatile organic compound · air quality · air sampling · algorithm · ambient air · controlled study · evaporation · room ventilation · statistical significance · work environment · Air Pollutants, Occupational · Air Pollution, Indoor · Environmental Monitoring · Feasibility Studies · Humans · Inhalation Exposure · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Neurotoxicity Syndromes · Occupational Exposure · Occupational Health · Paint · Risk Assessment · Solvents · Volatilization · Schilders · Neurologie · Metingen · Beroepszioekten · Lakspuiten · verfspuiten
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9 Exposure to styrene and health complaints in the Dutch glass-reinforced plastics industry
article 1992    
Author: Geuskens, R.B.M. · Klaauw, M.M. van der · Tuin, J. van der · Hemmen, J.J. van
Keywords: Biology · Industrial Hygiene - Netherlands · Plastics Industry - Netherlands · Plastics, Reinforced - Glass Fiber · Risk Studies - Occupational Risks · Styrene - Health Hazards · Exposure to Styrene · Glass Reinforced Plastics Industry · No Adverse Effect Level · Open Mould Techniques · Plastics Plants · Glass · Plastic · Styrene · Air quality control · Extraction · Health hazard · Health survey · Human · Major clinical study · Male · Netherlands · Occupational disease · Occupational exposure · Plastic industry · Vapor · Environmental Monitoring · Glass · Human · Maximum Allowable Concentration · Netherlands · Occupational Diseases · Occupations · Plastics · Questionnaires · Styrene · Styrenes · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
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