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1 Efficacy of pretreatment and treatment against soman intoxication
article 2006    
Author: Philippens, I.H.C.H.M. · Jongsma, M.J. · Vanwersch, R.A.
Keywords: Toxicology · Cavia · Cavia porcellus
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2 Efeito da casca da berinjela (Solanum melongena) sobre as concentrações plasmáticas de triglicerídeos, colesterol total e frações lipídicas, em cobaias (Cavia porcellus) hiperlipidêmicos ( The effect of the eggplant core on blood lipid concentrations in hypercholesterolemic guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus) )
article 2007    
Author: Cherem, A.D.R. · Tramonte, V.L.C.G. · Fett, R. · Dokkum, W. van
Keywords: Health · Biomedical Research · Antocyanic pigments · Blood lipids · Animalia · Cavia · Cavia porcellus · Solanum · Solanum melongena
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3 Differential susceptibility of rats and guinea pigs to the ototoxic effects of ethyl benzene
article 2002    
Author: Cappaert, N.L.M. · Klis, S.F.L. · Muijser, H. · Kulig, B.M. · Ravensberg, L.C. · Smoorenburg, G.F.
Keywords: Nutrition · Acoustic Stimulation · Animal · Audiometry, Evoked Response · Benzene Derivatives · Chromatography, Gas · Cochlea · Comparative Study · Evoked Potentials, Auditory · Female · Genetic Predisposition to Disease · Guinea Pigs · Rats · Rats, Inbred Strains · Species Specificity · Animals · Cavia · Cavia porcellus · Sus scrofa
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4 Transglutaminase inhibitor from milk
article 2003    
Author: Jong, G.A.H. de · Wijngaards, G. · Koppelman, S.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Food technology · Cross-linking · Inhibitor · Milk · Transglutaminase · Bacteria (microorganisms) · Bovinae · Capra hircus · Cavia porcellus · Equus caballus · Ovis aries · Streptomyces mobaraensis · Sus scrofa
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5 Identification of disease- and nutrient-related metabolic fingerprints in osteoarthritic guinea pigs
article 2003    
Author: Lamers, R.-J.A.N. · Groot, J. de · Spies-Faber, E.J. · Jellema, R.H. · Kraus, V.B. · Verzijl, N. · Koppele, J.M. te · Spijksma, G.K. · Vogels, J.T.W.E. · Greef, J. van der · Nesselrooij, J.H.J. van
Keywords: Biology · Analytical research · Biomedical research · 1H NMR spectroscopy · Metabolic fingerprinting · Multivariate data analysis · Osteoarthritis · Vitamin C · ascorbic acid · biological marker · purine · animal experiment · animal model · article · controlled study · data analysis · dietary intake · disease marker · energy metabolism · guinea pig · inbred strain · male · metabolic fingerprint · metabolism · metabolite · multivariate analysis · nonhuman · nutrient · nutrition · osteoarthritis · pathophysiology · proton nuclear magnetic resonance · purine metabolism · strain difference · urinalysis · vitamin intake · Animal Nutrition Physiology · Animals · Ascorbic Acid · Diet · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Energy Metabolism · Guinea Pigs · Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy · Male · Multivariate Analysis · Osteoarthritis · Peptide Mapping · Purines · Treatment Outcome · Animalia · Cavia · Cavia porcellus · Sus scrofa
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6 Species differences in hepatic peroxisome proliferation, cell replication and transforming growth factor-β1 gene expression in the rat, Syrian hamster and guinea pig
article 2000    
Author: Lake, B.G. · Rumsby, P.C. · Price, R.J. · Cunninghame, M.E.
Keywords: Hepatic peroxisome proliferation · Replicative DNA synthesis · Species differences · Syrian hamster · Transforming growth factor-β1 · ciprofibrate · messenger RNA · methylclofenapate · peroxisome proliferator · peroxisome proliferator activated receptor · pirinixic acid · somatomedin B receptor · transforming growth factor beta1 · animal model · animal tissue · cell division · controlled study · DNA synthesis · enzyme activity · fatty acid oxidation · liver weight · nonhuman · species difference · Syrian hamster · Animals · Cell Division · Clofenapate · Clofibric Acid · Cricetinae · DNA · Gene Expression · Guinea Pigs · Liver · Male · Mesocricetus · Molecular Structure · Organ Size · Peroxisome Proliferators · Pyrimidines · Rats · Rats, Sprague-Dawley · Receptor, IGF Type 2 · Species Specificity · Transforming Growth Factor beta · Cavia · Cavia porcellus · Cricetinae · Mesocricetus auratus · Rodentia · Sus scrofa · Zea mays
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7 Toxicokinetics of the nerve agent (±)-VX in anesthetized and atropinized hairless guinea pigs and marmosets after intravenous and percutaneous administration
article 2003    
Author: Schans, M.J. van der · Lander, B.J. · Wiel, H. van der · Langenberg, J.P. · Benschop, H.P.
Keywords: Biology · Chiral HPLC · Hairless guinea pigs · Intravenous · Marmosets · Percutaneous · Persistence · Stereospecificity · Toxicokinetics · Treatment · Carbamic acid · Oxime · Volatile agent · Anesthesia · Animal experiment · Animal model · Bioavailability · Blood level · Dose response · Enantiomer · Guinea pig · Intoxication · Marmoset · Nonhuman · Primate · Toxicokinetics · Administration, Topical · Anesthesia · Animals · Atropine · Callithrix · Chemical Warfare Agents · Chromatography, Gas · Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid · Electrochemistry · Injections, Intravenous · Kinetics · Lethal Dose 50 · Male · Muscarinic Antagonists · Organothiophosphorus Compounds · Stereoisomerism · Animalia · Cavia · Cavia porcellus · Primates · Sus scrofa · Acetylcholinesterase, 9000-81-1 · Carbamic acid, 463-77-4 · Methylphosphonothioic acid s (2 diisopropylaminoethyl) o ethyl ester, 50782-69-9 · Sarin, 107-44-8 · Soman, 96-64-0 · Acetylcholinesterase, EC 3.1.1.7 · Atropine, 51-55-8 · Chemical warfare agents · Muscarinic antagonists · Organothiophosphorus compounds · VX, 50782-69-9
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8 Safety evaluation of β-glucanase derived from Trichoderma reesei: Summary of toxicological data
article 1995    
Author: Coenen, T.M.M. · Schoenmakers, A.C.M. · Verhagen, H.
Keywords: Toxicology · barlican · beta glucan hydrolase · unclassified drug · animal experiment · article · chicken · chronic toxicity · controlled study · eye irritation · female · guinea pig · male · mutagenicity · nonhuman · rabbit · rat · skin irritation · skin sensitization · Administration, Oral · Animal · Animal Feed · beta-Glucosidase · Biological Products · Chickens · CHO Cells · Dermatitis, Contact · Environmental Exposure · Female · Food Additives · Guinea Pigs · Hamsters · Lethal Dose 50 · Male · Mutagenicity Tests · No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level · Rabbits · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Salmonella typhimurium · Toxicity Tests · Trichoderma · Animalia · Cavia porcellus · Gallus gallus · Hypocrea jecorina · Oryctolagus cuniculus · Sus scrofa · Trichoderma
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9 Long-term, low-level exposure of guinea pigs and marmosets to sarin vapor in air: Lowest observable effect level
article 2003    
Author: Helden, H.P.M. van · Trap, H.C. · Oostdijk, J.P. · Kuijpers, W.C. · Langenberg, J.P. · Benschop, H.P.
Keywords: Fluoride-induced reactivation · Guinea pigs · Internal dose · Lowest observable effect level (LOEL) · Marmosets · Nerve agent · O-Isopropyl methylphosphonofluoridate · Occupational exposure limits · Respiratory exposure · Sarin · Worker population limit (WPL) · Cholinesterase · Sarin · Animal experiment · Animal trapping · Article · Binding site · Chemical warfare · Cholinesterase inhibition · Controlled study · Enzyme activity · Gas chromatography · Gas mask · Guinea pig · Long term exposure · Male · Marmoset · Measurement · Nonhuman · Occupational exposure · Species comparison · Vaporization · Worker · Animals · Atmosphere Exposure Chambers · Callithrix · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Female · Gases · Guinea Pigs · Male · No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level · Sarin · Threshold Limit Values · Volatilization · Animalia · Cavia · Cholinesterase, 9001-08-5 · Sarin, 107-44-8 · Gases
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10 Low-level exposure of guinea pigs and marmosets to sarin vapour in air: Lowest-observable-adverse-effect level (LOAEL) for miosis
article 2004    
Author: Helden, H.P.M. van · Trap, H.C. · Kuijpers, W.C. · Oostdijk, J.P. · Benschop, H.P. · Langenberg, J.P.
Keywords: Biology · Exposure limits · Field alarm · Lowest-observable-adverse-effect level (LOAEL) · Miosis · Nerve agent · o-isopropyl methylphosphonofluoridate · Pupil size · Pyridostigmine · Sarin · Whole-body exposure · Acetylcholinesterase · Erythrocyte enzyme · Pyridostigmine · Sarin · Air · Animal experiment · Article · Calculation · Concentration (parameters) · Controlled study · Data analysis · Environmental exposure · Eye photography · Guinea pig · Iris · Male · Marmoset · Miosis · Nonhuman · Pilot study · Priority journal · Pupil · Statistical analysis · Vapor · Acetylcholinesterase · Administration, Inhalation · Animals · Callithrix · Chemical Warfare Agents · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Guinea Pigs · Inhalation Exposure · Pyridostigmine Bromide · Sarin · Volatilization · Animalia · Cavia · Marmosets · Acetylcholinesterase, 9000-81-1 · Pyridostigmine, 101-26-8, 155-97-5 · Sarin, 107-44-8 · Chemical warfare agents
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11 A physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PB/PK) model for multiple exposure routes for soman in multiple species
article 2006    
Author: Sweeney, R.E. · Langenberg, J.P. · Maxwell, D.M.
Keywords: Toxicology · Acetylcholinesterase · Carboxylesterase · Enzyme · Soman · Adipose tissue · Allometry · Animal experiment · Animal tissue · Arterial blood · Blood flow velocity · BLood level · Body weight · Breathing rate · Computer language · Computer simulation · Controlled study · Exposure · Guinea pig · In vitro study · Kidney perfusion · LD 50 · Liver perfusion · Lung perfusion · Male · Marmoset · Metabolism · Nonhuman · Partition coefficient · Priority journal · Provocation test · Rat · Regression analysis · Sensitivity analysis · Stereoisomerism · Tidal volume · Tissue level · Toxicokinetics · Venous blood · Administration, Inhalation · Animals · Callithrix · Chemical Warfare Agents · Cholinesterase Inhibitors · Computer Simulation · Guinea Pigs · Injections, Intravenous · Injections, Subcutaneous · Male · Models, Biological · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Animalia · Cavia porcellus · Marmosets · Acetylcholinesterase, 9000-81-1 · Carboxylesterase, 59536-71-9, 83380-83-0, 9016-18-6, 9028-01-7 · Soman, 96-64-0 · Chemical warfare agents · Cholinesterase inhibitors
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12 Dose-response relationships and threshold levels in skin and respiratory allergy
article 2006    
Author: Arts, J.H.E. · Mommers, C. · Heer, C.de
Keywords: Health · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Dose-Response · Elicitation · Respiratory Allergy · Sensitization · Skin Allergy · 1 chloro 2,4 dinitrobenzene · 1 fluoro 2,4 dinitrobenzene · acid anhydride · aldehyde · benzocaine · bronopol · chlorocresol · cytokine · dichromate potassium · diethylamine · ethylene · eugenol · formaldehyde · geraniol · glutaraldehyde · immunoglobulin E antibody · isocyanic acid derivative · isoeugenol · kathon cg · linalool · methacrylic acid derivative · myristic acid isopropyl ester · nickel · oxazolone · phthalic anhydride · rubber · subtilisin · toluene diisocyanate · tuberculin · unindexed drug · airway obstruction · analytic method · antigen specificity · CD4+ T lymphocyte · clinical study · concentration (parameters) · Dermatophagoides farinae · Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus · dose response · expiratory flow · exposure · forced expiratory volume · guinea pig · human · hypersensitivity reaction · Langerhans cell · nonhuman · occupational asthma · occupational hazard · respiratory tract allergy · review · safety · sensitivity analysis · skin allergy · skin defect · skin irritation · skin sensitization · skin test · urticaria · Allergens · Animals · Dermatitis, Allergic Contact · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Guidelines · Humans · Molecular Weight · No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level · Occupational Exposure · Respiratory Hypersensitivity · Risk Assessment · Skin Tests · Animalia · Cavia porcellus · Dermatophagoides farinae · Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
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