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Temporal Integration of Nasal Irritation from Ammonia at Threshold and Supra-threshold Levels

Reduction to below Threshold Levels of Glycolate Oxidase Activities in Transgenic Tobacco Enhances Photoinhibition during Irradiation

Seven benzimidazole pesticides combined at sub-threshold levels induce micronuclei in vitro

Intra-population level variation in thresholds for physical dormancy-breaking temperature

Rubella Immunity Levels in the United States Population: Has the Threshold of Viral Elimination Been Reached?

OP005. Infliximab trough level thresholds vary depending on the efficacy criterion chosen in IBD patients

Prognostic threshold levels of NT-proBNP testing in primary care

Revisiting the Economic Injury Level and Economic Threshold Model for Potato Leafhopper (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in Alfalfa

Western Bean Cutworm Survival and the Development of Economic Injury Levels and Economic Thresholds in Field Corn

Estimating Particulate Matter-Mortality Dose-Response Curves and Threshold Levels: An Analysis of Daily Time-Series for the 20 Largest US Cities

Estimating the Efficacy of Preexposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention Among Participants With a Threshold Level of Drug Concentration

Common lipid-altering gene variants are associated with therapeutic intervention thresholds of lipid levels in older people

Testosterone Threshold Levels and Lean Tissue Mass Targets Needed to Enhance Skeletal Muscle Strength and Function: The HORMA Trial

Risk for Retinitis in Patients with AIDS Can Be Assessed by Quantitation of Threshold Levels of Cytomegalovirus DNA Burden in Blood

What threshold values of antral follicle count and serum AMH levels should be considered for oocyte cryopreservation after in vitro maturation?

A threshold value of estimated glomerular filtration rate that predicts changes in serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels: 4th Korean National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey 2008


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The concentration or amount of a particular substance or condition below which it cannot be detected, or below which a significant adverse effect is not expected.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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