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Monitoring of possible health effects of living in the vicinity of nuclear sites in Belgium II Part B: childhood leukemia incidence

Publication Type: Sci. report, recommendat°, guidance doc., directive, monograph Authors: Claire Demoury; Christel Faes; Sylviane Carbonnelle; Harlinde De Schutter; Francart,J.; Nancy Van Damme; Lodewijk Van Bladel; Christiane Vleminckx; Eva M. De Clercq ...

Determinants of the Bovine Leukemia Virus Envelope Glycoproteins Involved in Infectivity, Replication and Pathogenesis.

Glycosylation Leukemia Virus, Bovine Protein Interaction Domains and Motifs Protein Subunits Viral Envelope Proteins Viral Fusion Proteins Virus Attachment Virus Internalization Virus Replication Abstract: ...

Thyroid cancer incidence in the vicinity of nuclear sites in Belgium 2000-2008

environment evidence exposure Hand health Health outcome incidence Increase Increases Iodine IS Isotopes Leukemia living nuclear site observed ON outcome plant Plants POISSON Poisson regression POPULATION ...

Monitoring of possible health effects in the vicinity of nuclear sites in Belgium: is there an increases incidence of childhood leukemia?

Belgium CHILDHOOD Childhood leukemia Congresses effect effects health health effects incidence Increase Increases International IS Leukemia Monitoring Nuclear nuclear site Nuclear sites protection Radiation ...

Health effects of extremely low-frequency magnetic fields: reconsidering the melatonin hypothesis in the light of current data on magnetoreception

Keywords: Childhood leukemia circadian biorhythms magnetosensory disruption nocturnal biorhythms power-frequency Abstract: The so-called ’Melatonin Hypothesis‘ proposed that decreased nocturnal production of ...

Even attenuated bovine leukemia virus proviruses can be pathogenic in sheep.

p.10195-200 (2007) Keywords: Amino Acid Motifs Animals Cattle Cell Transformation, Viral DNA Mutational Analysis Enzootic Bovine Leukosis Leukemia Virus, Bovine Lymphoma Membrane Proteins Sequence Deletion ...

Complete suppression of viral gene expression is associated with the onset and progression of lymphoid malignancy: observations in Bovine Leukemia Virus-infected sheep.

Broeke, Anne Source: Retrovirology, Volume 4, p.51 (2007) Keywords: Animals Cattle Enzootic Bovine Leukosis Gene Expression Regulation, Viral Leukemia Leukemia Virus, Bovine Sheep Sheep Diseases Abstract: ...

Peripheral blood B-cell death compensates for excessive proliferation in lymphoid tissues and maintains homeostasis in bovine leukemia virus-infected sheep.

B-Lymphocytes Cell Death Cell Movement Cell Proliferation Deltaretrovirus Infections Fluoresceins Homeostasis Kinetics Leukemia Virus, Bovine Lymphoid Tissue Sheep Sheep Diseases Succinimides Abstract: The size ...

Zygomycosis in the immunocompromised patient: a case report36762

therapy Etoposide Fluconazole Humans im Immunocompromised Host INFECTION infections Infectious Institute IS isolation & purification journal leukaemia Leukemia Liposomes Lung microbiology middle aged ...

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