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Environmental Health
(320 times)
PBDEs (105 times)
TBBPA (85 times)
BFRs (84 times)
1987 Responses of marine unicellular algae to brominated organic compounds in six growth media.
(23 times)
Environmental Health
(13 times)
BFRs (5 times)
TBBPA (4 times)
DBDE (2 times)
2005 Modulation at a cellular level of the thyroid hormone receptor-mediated gene expression by 1,2,5,6,9,10-hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD), 4,4'-diiodobiphenyl (DIB), and nitrofen (NIP).
highly branched cyclic dextrin
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(4 times)
1-NPA (2 times)
APIs (2 times)
DPIs (2 times)
1999 Enhancement of swimming endurance in mice by highly branched cyclic dextrin.
(6 times)
Reproductive Medicine
(4 times)
CASA (2 times)
ChS (1 time)
CLC (1 time)
2000 Freezability of boar spermatozoa is improved by exposure to 2-hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin.
hepatic carcinogens, hexabromocyclododecane
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--- 2009 Changes in gene expression and assessment of DNA methylation in primary human hepatocytes and HepG2 cells exposed to the environmental contaminants-Hexabromocyclododecane and 17-beta oestradiol.
High concentrations of hexabromocyclododecane
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Environmental Health
(1 time)
--- 2012 Kinetic study of gamma-hexabromocyclododecane orally given to laying hens (Gallus domesticus). "Transfer of HBCD in laying hens".
hydrolyzed bovine collagen dressing
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Veterinary Medicine
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LDPI (1 time)
2000 Effects of a hydrolyzed collagen dressing on the healing of open wounds in dogs.
hyper-branched polyglycerol
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Biomedical Technology
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CD (1 time)
DLS (1 time)
2018 RNA Loading on Nano-Structured Hyperbranched beta-Cyclodextrin.