|Document ID (ISN)||37974|
|Convention or series no.
||Hernberg S., Kahn H., Lehtinen S.
||Proceedings of the second Finnish-Estonian Symposium of early effects of toxic substances
||Doklady Vtorogo Finsko-Ėstonskogo simpoziuma po rannim vozdejstvijam toksičnyh veščestv [in Russian]|
||Institute of Occupational Health, Haartmaninkatu 1, 00290 Helsinki 29, Finland, 1982. 212p. Illus. 164 ref.
||Proceedings of a Symposium organised by the Institute of Experimental and Clinical Medicine in Tallinn, Estonia (USSR), and the Finnish Institute of Occupational health. The texts of 21 papers presented at the symposium are reproduced in English and Russian under 2 main headings: genetic toxicology (implications in occupational health, chromosomal aberrations in offspring of female styrene workers, experimental effects of shale oil on reproductive function, biological monitoring); clinical and experimental neurotoxicity (central nervous function following lead exposure, psychological effects of long-term mercury exposure, neurotoxic properties of n-hexane, injury to brain cells by exposure to sublethal doses of organic solvents).
||neurotoxic effects; genetic effects; toxic substances; toxicology
||shale oil; USSR; Estonia; Finland; mercury; hexane; conference; styrene; organic solvents; animal experiments; chromosome changes; exposure tests; lead
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Broad subject area(s)
||Diseases of the nervous system
Genetic factors in reaction to exposures
Antifertility and prenatal effects