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1954 32
1955 55
1956 40
1957 45
1958 47
1959 69
1960 69
1961 68
1962 59
1963 64
1964 84
1965 68
1966 51
1967 83
1968 77
1969 87
1970 79
1971 103
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1973 111
1974 83
1975 79
1976 66
1977 67
1978 58
1979 66
1980 83
1981 89
1982 91
1983 104
1984 106
1985 106
1986 112
1987 109
1988 109
1989 129
1990 112
1991 142
1992 127
1993 139
1994 131
1995 126
1996 96
1997 108
1998 96
1999 124
2000 138
2001 139
2002 139
2003 148
2004 162
2005 196
2006 220
2007 228
2008 245
2009 229
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2011 315
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2018 271
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Carbon tetrachloride.
National Toxicology Program . Rep Carcinog 2011. PMID 21850120 Free article.
Carbon tetrachloride.
[No authors listed] Rep Carcinog 2004. PMID 21089819 Free article.
Fabrication of bimetallic Ag/Fe immobilized on modified biochar for removal of carbon tetrachloride.
Wu H and Feng Q. J Environ Sci (China) 2017. PMID 28391946
Thermodynamic parameters revealed that the removal of carbon tetrachloride by Ag/Fe/MB was a spontaneous and exothermic process, which was affected by solution pH, initial carbon tetrachloride concentration and temperature. The novel Ag/Fe/MB composites provided a promising material for carbon tetrachloride removal from effluent....
Thermodynamic parameters revealed that the removal of carbon tetrachloride by Ag/Fe/MB was a spontaneous and exothermic proces …
Hepatotoxicity of trichloroethylene-carbon tetrachloride mixtures in rats. A possible consequence of the potentiation by trichloroethylene of carbon tetrachloride-induced lipid peroxidation and liver lesions.
Pessayre D, et al. Gastroenterology 1982. PMID 7106507
Administration of trichloroethylene (1 ml . kg-1), 5 h earlier, increased carbon tetrachloride-induced lipid peroxidation in vitro, and increased the hepatotoxicity of a subsequent dose of carbon tetrachloride (64 microliters . kg-1). ...We conclude that trichloroethylene potentiates the hepatotoxicity of carbon tetrachloride, possibly by increasing carbon tetrachloride-induced lipid peroxidation....
Administration of trichloroethylene (1 ml . kg-1), 5 h earlier, increased carbon tetrachloride-induced lipid peroxidation in v …
Carbon tetrachloride hepatotoxicity as a function of age in female Fischer 344 rats.
Rikans LE, et al. Mech Ageing Dev 1994. PMID 7885069
Severity of liver damage 24 h after intraperitoneal administration of carbon tetrachloride (0.2 ml/kg) was evaluated in female Fischer 344 rats aged 5, 14 and 28 months, i.e. in young adulthood, middle age and old age. ...Spin trapping and electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy were utilized to measure the conversion of carbon tetrachloride to trichloromethyl radicals in vivo. ...
Severity of liver damage 24 h after intraperitoneal administration of carbon tetrachloride (0.2 ml/kg) was evaluated in female …
Carbon tetrachloride.
[No authors listed] IARC Monogr Eval Carcinog Risks Hum 1999 - Review. PMID 10476455
Carbon tetrachloride.
[No authors listed] Rev Environ Contam Toxicol 1988 - Review. PMID 3059412
Atmospheric carbon tetrachloride in rural background and industry surrounded urban areas in Northern Iberian Peninsula: Mixing ratios, trends, and potential sources.
de Blas M, et al. Sci Total Environ 2016. PMID 27092418
Latest investigations on atmospheric carbon tetrachloride (CTC) are focused on its ozone depleting potential, adverse effects on the human health, and radiative efficiency and Global Warming Potential as a greenhouse gas. ...
Latest investigations on atmospheric carbon tetrachloride (CTC) are focused on its ozone depleting potential, adverse effects …
Amino Acid-Assisted Dehalogenation of Carbon Tetrachloride by Green Rust: Inhibition of Chloroform Production.
Yin W, et al. Environ Sci Technol 2017. PMID 28244752
In this study, carbon tetrachloride (CT) dehalogenation by the chloride form of GR (GR(Cl)) was tested in the presence of glycine (GLY) and other selected amino acids. ...
In this study, carbon tetrachloride (CT) dehalogenation by the chloride form of GR (GR(Cl)) was tested in the presence of glyc …
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