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toxicologically

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  • adv. In a toxicological manner; with regard to toxicology

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a toxicological manner; as regards toxicology.

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Examples

  • Data synthesis: The body of evidence demonstrates ongoing environmental releases of MEHHs and human exposures sometimes at toxicologically relevant levels.

    Modern environmental health hazards

  • In my case, obviously with a commercial objective, I need to approach the aroma as well as possible whilst remaining toxicologically safe.

    Scents of Time: An Interview with David Pybus. Part I. Historical and Ancient Perfumes

  • Therefore, people are generally exposed to mixtures of CDDs and other classes of toxicologically and structurally similar compounds.

    Public Health Statement for Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins (CDDs)

  • Dermal exposure can cause sensory side effects which are reported to be temporary, toxicologically harmless but may be disturbing.

    4. Planning

  • A. senegal produces the only acacia gum evaluated toxicologically as a safe food additive (Anderson 1989).

    Chapter 15

  • This is the subject of papers by Scrimshaw and Shacklady appearing elsewhere in these proceedings, and my presentation is based on the assumption that the materials are acceptable toxicologically.

    Chapter 25

  • The most important salt of mercury, toxicologically, is corrosive sublimate.

    Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

  • "Where is the scientific evidence showing that GM plants/food are toxicologically safe, as assumed by the biotechnology companies?"

    Permaculture Research Institute of Australia

  • "The dose levels in the long-term animal studies at which no toxicologically significant adverse effects were reported support the addition of food-grade quercetin to foods at levels resulting in exposure estimates approximating intakes of naturally-occurring quercetin from the diet by consumers with a high fruit and vegetable intake (i.e. 200-500 mg. / day)."

    To The Point News Syndicated

  • Therefore, the use of non-invasively collected matrices for human biomonitoring should be promoted as an ethically appropriate, cost-efficient and toxicologically relevant alternative for many biomarkers that are currently determined in invasively collected matrices.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

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