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Chemical Naphthacenes

These are exposure details associated with the chemical and all of its children.



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  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 475 Workers car body repair shop workers 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 0.02 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group minimum Netherlands
2. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 475 Workers car body repair shop workers 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 0.21 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group median Netherlands
3. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 36 Workers industrial spray painters 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 0.02 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group minimum Netherlands
4. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 475 Workers car body repair shop workers 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 1.82 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group maximum Netherlands
5. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 36 Workers industrial spray painters 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 3.95 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group maximum Netherlands
6. Pronk A, et al. (2006). 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 36 Workers industrial spray painters 1,6-hexamethyleneaminoisocyanate 0.19 micrograms per cubic meter per N=C=O group median Netherlands
7. Kaye JA, et al. (2014). Doxycycline 254,535 Study subjects United States positive correlation Chemical and Drug Induced Liver Injury
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