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2017 Personal exposure and health risk assessment of carbonyls in family cars and public transports-a comparative study in Nanjing, China. EPA, LCR, one bus, RELs
2010 Chemical-specific screening criteria for interpretation of biomonitoring data for volatile organic compounds (VOCs)--application of steady-state PBPK model solutions. GSD, NHANES, PBPK, RfDs, TDIs, VOCs
2007 Bayesian estimation of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters in a mode-of-action-based cancer risk assessment for chloroform. MCMC, PBPK/PD, RfDs
2007 Estimation of interindividual pharmacokinetic variability factor for inhaled volatile organic chemicals using a probability-bounds approach. Ca, HKAF, IVF, P-bounds, Pb, PBPK, PD, PK, RAM, SS-ID, VOCs
2003 Assessment of potential risk levels associated with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reference values. IRIS, RfDs, U.S. EPA
2002 Comparing respiratory-tract and hepatic exposure-dose relationships for metabolized inhaled vapors: a pharmacokinetic analysis. PBPK
2002 US EPA's acute reference exposure methodology for acute inhalation exposures. AREs, BMC, EPA, IRIS, NOAEL
2001 Using human data to protect the public's health. ATSDR, EPA, IRIS, PBPK, RfDs
1995 Using the EPC approach to develop health-based soil and water screening concentrations for environmental chemicals. EPCs, RfDs, TLVs, USEPA
10  1994 Estimation of a chromium inhalation reference concentration using the benchmark dose method: a case study. BALF, BD, LDH
11  1994 The EPC approach to estimating safety from exposure to environmental chemicals. EPCs, RfDs, USEPA
12  1992 An alternative to the USEPA's proposed inhalation reference concentrations for hexavalent and trivalent chromium. ---