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Printed paper and board food contact materials as a potential source of food contamination.

(77%) considered non-evaluated in terms of potential toxicity. Based on a preliminary study of their physicochemical properties, it is estimated that most of the non-evaluated single substances have the ...

Fifteen years of Belgian experience with external quality assessment of semen analysis.

(2016) Keywords: Accreditation analysi analysis Antwerp article AS assessment at Belgian Belgium Benefit Brussels Control criteria electronic EQA Europe EVALUATION Experience external External quality ...

Evaluation of the potential health risks of substances migrating from polycarbonate replacement baby bottles.

the potential migration risks associated with these alternative materials were investigated. First, all substances were evaluated for endocrine disruptive (ED) activity by using different existing lists ...

Genetic damage in humans exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields.

people and an increased cancer risk. We here conducted an evaluation of the published investigations and found that many of the studies clearly have shortcomings, which often prevent any firm conclusion. ...

Evaluation of three competitive ELISAs and a fluorescence polarisation assay for the diagnosis of bovine brucellosis.

(FPA) have been developed. However, C- ELISA may correspond to different protocols and a wide variation may exist in their diagnostic performance. The aim of this study was to evaluate three commercially ...

ANOVA model for network meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy data.

and a random error associated with various tests evaluated in a given study. We present the accuracy of 11 tests used to triage women with minor cervical lesions to detect cervical precancer. Finally, ...

Residues of chlortetracycline, doxycycline and sulfadiazine-trimethoprim in intestinal content and feces of pigs due to cross-contamination of feed.

evaluate the effects of these detected concentrations on resistance selection in the intestinal microbiota of pigs. Health Topics:  Animal health Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  4.03 Veterinary science ...

Direct comparison of two vaginal self-sampling devices for the detection of human papillomavirus infections.

for the presence of hr- HPV. Biopsies were taken if indicated by colposcopy. RESULTS: Evaluation of 136 patients with complete data (136/146; 93.2%) showed high agreement of overall hr- HPV detection ...

Inter-laboratory study of human in vitro toxicogenomics-based tests as alternative methods for evaluating chemical carcinogenicity: a bioinformatics perspective.

carcinogenicity evaluating two human in vitro assays: hepatoma-derived cells and hTERT-immortalized renal proximal tubule epithelial cells, representing liver and kidney as major target organs. Cellular systems ...

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