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1 Sensitivity of 1H NMR analysis of rat urine in relation to toxicometabonomics. Part I: Dose-dependent toxic fffects of Bromobenzene and paracetamol
article 2007    
Author: Schoonen, W.G.E.J. · Kloks, C.P.A.M. · Ploemen, J.P.H.T.M. · Horbach, G.J. · Smit, M.J. · Zandberg, P. · Mellema, J.R. · Zuylen, C.T. van · Tas, A.C. · Nesselrooij, J.H.J. van · Vogels, J.T.W.E.
Keywords: Biology · Analytical research · Biomarkers · Bromobenzene · Hepatotoxicity · Metabonomics · Necrosis · Paracetamol · Urinalysis · alanine aminotransferase · aspartate aminotransferase · biological marker · bromobenzene · paracetamol · alanine aminotransferase blood level · animal experiment · animal tissue · article · aspartate aminotransferase blood level · clinical chemistry · controlled study · diagnostic accuracy · diagnostic value · dose response · drug blood level · drug urine level · early diagnosis · histopathology · intermethod comparison · liver dysfunction · liver necrosis · liver toxicity · male · non invasive measurement · nonhuman · pattern recognition · principal component analysis · proton nuclear magnetic resonance · rat · sensitivity analysis · spectrometer · urinalysis · Acetaminophen · Alanine Transaminase · Analgesics, Non-Narcotic · Animals · Aspartate Aminotransferases · Bromobenzenes · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Hepatitis, Toxic · Kidney · Liver · Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy · Necrosis · Principal Component Analysis · Rats · Rattus
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