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Artifact Interference in Vinyl Chloride Analysis by Thermal Desorption Gas Chromatography

Molecular Epidemiology of p53 Protein Mutations in Workers Exposed to Vinyl Chloride

Embryo-Fetal Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology of Vinyl Chloride in Rats

Exposure Assessment of Vinyl Chloride Monomer in the Workplace Air of Lithuanian Industries

Vinyl Chloride Metabolites Potentiate Inflammatory Liver Injury Caused by LPS in Mice

Small-scale oxygen distribution determines the vinyl chloride biodegradation pathway in surficial sediments of riverbed hyporheic zones

Bioaugmentation potential of a vinyl chloride-assimilating Mycobacterium sp., isolated from a chloroethene-contaminated aquifer

Immunohistochemical detection of 1,N 6-ethenodeoxyadenosine, a promutagenic DNA adduct, in liver of rats exposed to vinyl chloride or an iron overload

Characterization by two-endpoint comparisons of the genetic toxicity profiles of vinyl chloride and related etheno-adduct forming carcinogens in Drosophila

ACCELERATED PAPER: Formation and accumulation of DNA ethenobases in adult Sprague-Dawley rats exposed to vinyl chloride

Prevalence and persistence of chromosomal damage and susceptible genotypes of metabolic and DNA repair genes in Chinese vinyl chloride-exposed workers

Genetic polymorphisms of XRCC1, HOGG1 and MGMT and micronucleus occurrence in Chinese vinyl chloride-exposed workers

 

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The monomer chemical compound that is converted to polyvinylchloride (PVC) by gently heating the liquid to about 70°C. PVC is well known as a plastic compound with many uses. Vinyl chloride fumes have adverse effects on health, including narcosis, acro-osteolysis, hepatitis, and angiosarcoma.

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