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Occupational heat exposure and male fertility: a review.

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Lingual Heat and Cold Sensitivity Following Exposure to Capsaicin or Menthol

Effects of heat exposure on muscle oxidation and protein functionalities of pectoralis majors in broilers

Heat tolerance and recovery in Mediterranean land snails after pre-exposure in the field

Heat tolerance in Mediterranean land snails: histopathology after exposure to different temperature regimes

Differential Induction of Podocyte Heat Shock Proteins by Prolonged Single and Combination Toxic Metal Exposure

Parental Heat Exposure and Risk of Childhood Brain Tumor: A Children's Oncology Group Study

Nasopharyngeal carcinoma in Malaysian Chinese: occupational exposures to particles, formaldehyde and heat

Heat Exposure Study in the Workplace in a Glass Manufacturing Unit in India

The health of the workers in a rapidly developing country: effects of occupational exposure to noise and heat

Molecular chaperone heat shock protein 70 participates in the labile phase of the development of behavioural sensitization induced by a single morphine exposure in mice

Demographic evaluation of the fertility of aluminium industry workers: influence of exposure to heat and static magnetic fields.

Potentiation of Apoptosis by Heat Stress Plus Pesticide Exposure in Stress Resistant Human B-Lymphoma Cells and Its Attenuation through Interaction with Follicular Dendritic Cells: Role for c-Jun N-terminal Kinase Signaling

Induction of messenger RNA for the 70 kDa heat shock protein in HeLa cells and the human endocervix following exposure to semen: implications for antisperm antibody production and susceptibility to sexually transmitted infections.

Frequency and Magnitude of Chlamydia trachomatis Elementary Body– and Heat Shock Protein 60–Stimulated Interferon γ Responses in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells and Endometrial Biopsy Samples from Women with High Exposure to Infection

 

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Although the origins of human life were in the tropical regions, modern man is better able to cope with cold environments than with extreme heat. The skin and subcutaneous tissues ...

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