Differences between human and rat intestinal and hepatic bisphenol A glucuronidation and the influence of alamethicin on in vitro kinetic measurements.

Differences between human and rat intestinal and hepatic bisphenol A glucuronidation and the influence of alamethicin on in vitro kinetic measurements.

[Anonymous].  2010.  Differences between human and rat intestinal and hepatic bisphenol A glucuronidation and the influence of alamethicin on in vitro kinetic measurements.. Drug metabolism and disposition: the biological fate of chemicals. 38(12):2232-8.

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Trapping and spectroscopic characterization of an FeIII-superoxo intermediate from a nonheme mononuclear iron-containing enzyme.

Trapping and spectroscopic characterization of an FeIII-superoxo intermediate from a nonheme mononuclear iron-containing enzyme.

[Anonymous].  2010.  Trapping and spectroscopic characterization of an FeIII-superoxo intermediate from a nonheme mononuclear iron-containing enzyme.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107(39):16788-93.

Top five reasons dentists will not use social media.

ICH guidelines: inception, revision, and implications for drug development.

Prospective study of incident injuries among southeastern United States commercial fishermen.

Perspectives of residential contractors on nail gun safety.

Assessment of physical risk factors for the shoulder using the Posture, Activity, Tools, and Handling (PATH) method in small-scale commercial crab pot fishing.

Assessment of physical risk factors for the shoulder using the Posture, Activity, Tools, and Handling (PATH) method in small-scale commercial crab pot fishing.

[Anonymous].  2010.  Assessment of physical risk factors for the shoulder using the Posture, Activity, Tools, and Handling (PATH) method in small-scale commercial crab pot fishing.. Journal of agromedicine. 15(4):394-404.

Predictors of lost time from work among nursing personnel who sought treatment for back pain.

Opioid analgesics and P-glycoprotein efflux transporters: a potential systems-level contribution to analgesic tolerance.