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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Combined in-utero and Juvenile Exposure of Mice to Arsenate and Atrazine in Drinking Water Modulates Gene Expression and Clonogenicity of Myeloid ProgenitorsCIMINO REALE GRAZIELLA; FERRARIO DANIELE; CASATI BARBARA; BRUSTIO ROBERTA; COLLOTTA ANGELO; VAHTER Marie; GRIBALDO LAURA; DIODOVICH C.Articles in Journals
2004Evaluationof Toxic Potential of Acrylonitrile: Gene and Protein Resposes in Human Cord Blood Cells.GRIBALDO Laura; MALERBA Ilaria; DIODOVICH Cristina; FERRARIO DanieleContributions to Conferences
2005Gene and Protein Expressions in Human Cord Blood Cells After Exposure to AcrylonitrileDIODOVICH Cristina; MALERBA Ilaria; FERRARIO DANIELE; BOWE GERARD; BIANCHI Marco Giorgio; ACQUATI Francesco; TARAMELLI Roberto; PARENT-MASSIN Dominique; GRIBALDO LAURAArticles in Journals
2010Maintenance and characterisation of lymphocytes in human long term bone marrow cultures to study immunotoxicityCARFI Maria; BOWE Gerard; FERRARIO Daniele; PIETERS Raymond; GRIBALDO LauraArticles in Journals
2005Sensitivity of human Cord Blood Cells to Tetrachloroethylene: Cellular and Molecular EndpointsDIODOVICH Cristina; FERRARIO DANIELE; CASATI BARBARA; MALERBA Ilaria; MARAFANTE ERMINIO; PARENT-MASSIN Dominique; GRIBALDO LAURAArticles in Journals
2008TBTC induces adipocyte differentiation in human bone marrow long term cultureCARFI' MARIA; CROERA CRISTINA; FERRARIO DANIELE; CAMPI Valentina; BOWE GERARD; PIETERS Raymond; GRIBALDO LAURAArticles in Journals
2008Toxicity of inorganic arsenic and its metabolites on haematopoietic progenitors ¿in vitro¿: comparison between species and sexes.FERRARIO DANIELE; CROERA CRISTINA; BRUSTIO ROBERTA; COLLOTTA ANGELO; BOWE GERARD; VAHTER Marie; GRIBALDO LAURAArticles in Journals
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