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Abbreviation : AOEL
Long Form : acceptable operator exposure level
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Establishing health-based biological exposure limits for pesticides: A proof of principle study using mancozeb. BEI, BEL, EBEL, ETU
2020 Peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance clodinafop (variant evaluated clodinafop-propargyl). ---
2019 DNA damage in kidney and parenchymal and non-parenchymal liver cells of adult Wistar rats after subchronic oral treatment with tembotrione. GPx, REL
2018 Exposure assessment of operators to pesticides in Kongou, a sub-watershed of Niger River valley. PDE, PPE
2018 Oxidative stress, cholinesterase activity, and DNA damage in the liver, whole blood, and plasma of Wistar rats following a 28-day exposure to glyphosate. AChE, ADI, BChE, BW, GSH-Px, ROS, TBARS
2018 PBTK model for assessment of operator exposure to haloxyfop using human biomonitoring and toxicokinetic data. ADME, PBTK
2017 Risk Assessment of Florists Exposed to Pesticide Residues through Handling of Flowers and Preparing Bouquets. PDE, QuEChERS, SE
2016 Assessment of exposure to pesticides during mixing/loading and spraying of tomatoes in the open field. ---
2013 Computer modelling as a tool for the exposure assessment of operators using faulty agricultural pesticide spraying equipment. ---
10  2013 [Plant protection products: new tools for exposure and risk assessment in agriculture]. ---
11  2012 Exposure and health risk assessment of applicators to DDT during indoor residual spraying in malaria vector control program. IRS, WHO
12  2011 [Risk assessment and risk management of chemical exposures in agriculture]. pre-market
13  2005 Pesticides re-entry dermal exposure of workers in greenhouses. DFR
14  2001 Refinement of risk assessment of dermally and intermittently exposed pesticide workers: a critique. ---