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1 A detailed comparison of the various models used to predict blood level concentrations for a given exposure scenario
2 A physiologically-based pharmacokinetics model for ingestion of chromium (III and VI) in drinking water: validation with human studies
3 Advances in dose reconstruction at Oak Ridge
4 An analysis of interindividual variability in uptake and elimination of chromium from human volunteers
5 Assessment of airborne hexavalent chromium in the home following use of contaminated tap water
6 Assessment of health risks from past chemical and radionuclide emissions within the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction project
7 Characterization of historical 131I emissions from Oak Ridge radioactive lanthanum processing
8 Components of particle clearance determined by using different colored fluorescent microspheres
9 Dermal uptake of hexavalent chromium in human volunteers: measures of systemic uptake from immersion in water at 22 ppm
10 Discussion – exposure metrics and low-dose response evaluation
11 Fostering EPA’s use of biologically-based models in risk assessment and regulation
12 Health-based soil action levels for trivalent and hexavalent chromium: A comparison to state and federal standards
13 Investigation of the potential in vivo genotoxicity of chromium (VI) in drinking water using the in vivo bone marrow micronucleus and liver UDS assay
14 Key Accomplishments of the Rocky Flats Toxicologic Review and Dose Reconstruction: Selection of Materials of Concern and Source Term Reconstruction
15 PCDD/PCDFs in urban storm water discharged to San Francisco Bay, California USA
16 Pharmacokinetics of drinking water exposure to selected chromium (III and VI) compounds in human volunteers
17 Reduction kinetics of hexavalent chromium in human blood. In: The Toxicologist 30(1):117–118
18 Studies providing empirical data on dose and biological mechanisms to address litigation and regulatory issues
19 Testing for DNA-protein after drinking water exposure to chromium (III and VI) in human volunteers
20 The chromium(VI) reductive capacity of household beverages: implications for risk assessment
21 The health hazards of chromium in soil: An overview
22 Transport of chlorinated dioxin and furan contaminants in pentachlorophenol-treated wood to milk and adipose tissue of dairy cattle
23 Use of screening methods, an iterative approach, uncertainty analysis, and decision criteria in the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction project
24 Waste Combustion in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces. Addressing community concerns about industrial emissions and burning of hazardous waste in cement kilns: A summary of environmental data
25 Waste Combustion in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces. Case Studies in risk assessment for hazardous waste burning cement kilns

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