Dioxins are the main powerful, popular, and durable of the power natural pollution (POPS), and are of significant curiosity in public future health, toxicology, chemistry, drugs, legislation, and to regulatory organisations around the globe. within the years on account that ebook of the 1st version of Dioxins and Health, significant advances were made in human epidemiology in addition to in animal reports. the second one version updates the technology enthusiastic about the dioxin and PCB literature.
Chapter 1 evaluation: The Dioxin Debate (pages 1–53): Thomas F. Webster and Barry Commoner
Chapter 2 construction, Distribution, and destiny of Polychlorinated Dibenzo?p?Dioxins, Dibenzofurans, and similar Organohalogens within the surroundings (pages 55–87): Roger okay. Gilpin, Daniel J. Wagel and Joseph G. Solch
Chapter three Dioxins and Dioxinlike PCBs in nutrition (pages 89–136): James R. Startin and Martin D. Rose
Chapter four Toxicology of Dioxins and Dioxinlike Compounds (pages 137–157): Jeanelle M. Martinez, Michael J. DeVito, Linda S. Birnbaum and Nigel J. Walker
Chapter five wellbeing and fitness threat Characterization of Dioxins and comparable Compounds (pages 159–190): Linda S. Birnbaum and William H. Farland
Chapter 6 Pharmacokinetics of Dioxins and comparable chemical substances (pages 191–246): James R. Olson
Chapter 7 Dose–Response Modeling for 2,3,7,8?Tetrachlorodibenzo?p?Dioxin (pages 247–298): Michael J. DeVito, Amy Kim, Nigel J. Walker, Fred Parham and Christopher Portier
Chapter eight Immunotoxicology of Dioxins and comparable chemical substances (pages 299–328): Nancy I. Kerkvliet
Chapter nine Developmental and Reproductive Toxicity of Dioxins and similar chemical compounds (pages 329–431): H. Michael Theobald, Gary L. Kimmel and Richard E. Peterson
Chapter 10 results of Polychlorinated Biphenyls on Neuronal Signaling (pages 433–455): Richard F. Seegal
Chapter eleven Experimental Toxicology: Carcinogenesis (pages 457–490): Justin G. Teeguarden and Nigel J. Walker
Chapter 12 Ah Receptor: Involvement in poisonous Responses (pages 491–532): Thomas A. Gasiewicz and Sang?Ki Park
Chapter thirteen Biochemical Responses to Dioxins: Which Genes? Which Endpoints? (pages 533–558): J. Kevin Kerzee, Ying Xia and Alvaro Puga
Chapter 14 Evolutionary and Physiological views on Ah Receptor functionality and Dioxin Toxicity (pages 559–602): Mark E. Hahn
Chapter 15 Dioxin Toxicity and Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Signaling in Fish (pages 603–628): Robert L. Tanguay, Eric A. Andreasen, Mary ok. Walker and Richard E. Peterson
Chapter sixteen publicity overview: size of Dioxins and similar chemical compounds in Human Tissues (pages 629–678): Arnold Schecter, Olaf Papke, Marian Pavuk and Rachel E. Tobey
Chapter 17 Human wellbeing and fitness results of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (pages 679–728): Matthew P. Longnecker, Susan A. Korrick and Kirsten B. Moysich
Chapter 18 Epidemiological stories on melanoma and publicity to Dioxins and similar Compounds (pages 729–764): Lennart Hardell, Mikael Eriksson, Olav Axelson and Dieter Flesch?Janys
Chapter 19 Reproductive and Developmental Epidemiology of Dioxins (pages 765–825): Sherry G. Selevan, Anne Sweeney and Marie Haring Sweeney
Chapter 20 health and wellbeing results of the Seveso, Italy, twist of fate (pages 827–853): Pier Alberto Bertazzi and Alessandro Di Domenico
Chapter 21 The Yusho Rice Oil Poisoning Incident (pages 855–891): Yoshito Masuda
Chapter 22 The Yucheng Rice Oil Poisoning Incident (pages 893–919): Yueliang Leon Guo, Mei?Lin Yu and Chen?Chin Hsu
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