R.A.C.H.E.L [Scientific Database]

Remote – Access – Chemical – Hazards – Electronic – Library: providing scientific information about human health and the environment.

  • 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin SEE Dioxin
  • Bioaccumulation of toxic substances: 219 (dioxin), 225234284
  • Birth defects:  73 (dioxin), 133144 (PCB), 146149212 (Agent Orange), 250, #267 (TCE),  276279290 (sexual behavior)
  • Cancer – Dioxin: #73171173175219269270275310
  • “Cancer Mortality Among Workers in Chemical Plant Contaminated with Dioxin”: #270
  • “Cancer Mortality in Workers Exposed to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin”: #219
  • “Cancer Mortality in Workers Exposed to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin”: #270
  • Carcinogens: #104(Love Canal),  127144(PCB), 149269(dioxin), 270 (dioxin), 275(dioxin)
  • Cell damage – Dioxin: #270
  • Cement: #192243(quality), 314(dioxin)
  • “Comparative Dermal Absorption of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and Three Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans”: #120
  • “Dioxin – When Was the Danger Known?”: #219
  • “Dioxin”: #173
  • DIOXIN HAZARDS TO FISH, WILDLIFE AND INVERTEBRATES: #249
  • Dioxin series: #171(Part 1), 173(Part 2), 175(Part 3), 219(Part 4)
  • “Dioxin Toxicity: New Studies Prompt Debate, Regulatory Action”: #275
  • DIOXIN TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES: BACKGROUND PAPER: #280311
  • Dioxins – Cancer SEE Cancer – Dioxin
  • Dioxins – Cell damage SEE Cell damage – Dioxin
  • Dioxins – Cement SEE Cement
  • Dioxins – Health effects: # 171173175212249269,270279283290310
  • Dioxins – Health effects SEE ALSO Cancer – Dioxin
  • Dioxins – Immune system: #310
  • Dioxins – Incineration: #311312
  • Dioxins – Lawsuits: #275
  • Dioxins – Production: #173
  • Dioxins – Safe dose: #173219248311
  • Dioxins – Sexual development effects SEE Sexual development – Effects of dioxin
  • Dioxins – Skin absorption: #120
  • Dioxins – Threshold levels: #270
  • Dioxins – Toxicity: #171173175219275310
  • Dioxins – Wildlife: #249310
  • Dioxins: #51015213134454752737582143146171,
  • “Environmental Hormone” (dioxin): #269270
  • Environmental Protection Agency – (position on dioxin), 287
  • EPA’s Dioxin Reassessment series: #269(Part 1), 270(Part 2)
  • “Exposure to Dioxins and Dibenzofurans Through the Consumption of Fish”: #219
  • “Exposure to Dioxins as a Risk Factor for Soft Tissue Sarcomas: A Population- Based Case- Control Study”: #250
  • “Hallmark of Dioxin Intoxication”: #171
  • Hormones: #263264269270310(dioxin)
  • “How Dangerous is Dioxin”: #219
  • Immune system: #3170123144(PCB), 270 (dioxin)
  • “IN UTERO and Lactational Exposure of Male Rats to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachloro-dibenzo-p-dioxin. Part 1. Effects on Androgenic Status; Part 2. Effects on Sexual Behavior and the Regulation of Luteinizing Hormone Secretion in Adulthood; and Part 3. Effects on Spermatogenesis and Reproductive Capability.”: #290
  • INCINERATION OF DIOXIN IN JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS: A REVIEW OF TRIAL BURNS AND RELATED AIR MONITORING AT VERTAC SITE CONTRACTORS INCINERATOR, JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS: #280
  • Law suits – Dioxin SEE Dioxin – Lawsuits
  • MORTALITY AMONG U.S. WORKERS EMPLOYED IN THE PRODUCTION OF CHEMICALS CONTAMINATED WITH 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN: #219
  • “New Analysis Links Dioxin to Cancer”: #171
  • Paper industry – Dioxin: #270275
  • “Perinatal Dioxin Feminizes Male Rats”: #290
  • “Puzzling Over a Poison; On closer inspection, the ubiquitous pollutant dioxin appears more dangerous than ever”: #280
  • Reproduction – Effects of Dioxin: #290
  • Series Cancer:  EPA’s Dioxin Reassessment: #269 (Part 1), 270 (Part 2),
  • Sexual development – Effects of dioxin: #290
  • Skin absorption of dioxins SEE Dioxins – Skin absorption
  • TCCD SEE Dioxins
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT TO PROPOSED DIOXINS AND CADMIUM CONTROL MEASURE FOR MEDICAL WASTE INCINERATORS – DRAFT: #179
  • TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN: #171173269
  • Viet Nam veterans SEE ALSO Agent OrangeDioxin
  • Zero discharge: 284310(dioxin)
  • Zero tolerance of toxic chemicals SEE Hazardous substances – Health effects; names of specific compounds such as Dioxins – Threshold levels
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