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methoxychlor


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methoxychlor

Attempted Suicide by Ingestion of Methoxychlor

Methoxychlor Metabolites May Cause Ovarian Toxicity Through Estrogen-Regulated Pathways

Methoxychlor Induces Atresia of Antral Follicles in ERα-Overexpressing Mice

Estrogenic Activity of Octylphenol, Nonylphenol, Bisphenol A and Methoxychlor in Rats

Effect of Methoxychlor on Various Life Stages of Xenopus laevis

Methoxychlor Induces Proliferation of the Mouse Ovarian Surface Epithelium

Altered Mammary Gland Development in Male Rats Exposed to Genistein and Methoxychlor

Methoxychlor Inhibits Growth and Induces Atresia of Antral Follicles through an Oxidative Stress Pathway

Methoxychlor Inhibits Brain Mitochondrial Respiration and Increases Hydrogen Peroxide Production and CREB Phosphorylation

Effect of Methoxychlor and Estradiol on Cytochrome P450 Enzymes in the Mouse Ovarian Surface Epithelium

Modulation of Mammary Gland Development in Prepubertal Male Rats Exposed to Genistein and Methoxychlor

Methoxychlor May Cause Ovarian Follicular Atresia and Proliferation of the Ovarian Epithelium in the Mouse

Methoxychlor and Estradiol Induce Oxidative Stress DNA Damage in the Mouse Ovarian Surface Epithelium

Effect of the Methoxychlor Metabolite HPTE on the Rat Ovarian Granulosa Cell Transcriptome In Vitro

Increased Sensitivity of Estrogen Receptor Alpha Overexpressing Antral Follicles to Methoxychlor and Its Metabolites

Methoxychlor and Vinclozolin Induce Rapid Changes in Intercellular and Intracellular Signaling in Liver Progenitor Cells

Modifying Effects of Ethinylestradiol but Not Methoxychlor on N-Ethyl-N-nitrosourea-Induced Uterine Carcinogenesis in Heterozygous p53-Deficient CBA Mice

Methoxychlor Directly Affects Ovarian Antral Follicle Growth and Atresia through Bcl-2- and Bax-Mediated Pathways

 

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An insecticide used as a substitute for DDT, less toxic, with a shorter half-life and therefore a useful alternative.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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