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Title: Biological Stress Response Terminology: Integrating the Concepts of Adaptive Response and Preconditioning Stress Within a Hormetic Dose-Response Framework
Authors: CALABRESE Edward
BACHMANN Kenneth A.
BAILER A. John
BOLGER P. Michael
BORAK Jonathan
CAI Lu
CEDERGREEN Nina
CHERIAN M. George
CHIUEH Chuang C.
CLARKSON Thomas W.
COOK Ralph R.
DIAMOND David M.
DOOLITTLE David J.
DORATO Michael A.
DUKE Stephen O.
FEINENDEGEN Ludwig
GARDNER Donald E.
HART Ronald W.
HASTINGS Kenneth L.
HAYES A. Wallace
HOFFMANN George R.
IVES John A.
JAWOROWSKI Zbigniew
JOHNSON Thomas E.
JONAS Wayne B.
KAMINSKI Norbert E.
KELLER John G.
KLAUNIG James E.
KNUDSEN Thomas B.
KOZUMBO Walter J.
LETTIERI TERESA
LIU Shu-Zheng
MAISSEU Andre
MAYNARD Kenneth I.
MASORO Edward J.
MCCLELLAN Roger O.
MEHENDALE Harihara M.
MOTHERSILL Carmel
NEWLIN David B.
NIGG Herbert N.
OEHME Frederick W.
PHALEN Robert F.
PHILBERT Martin A.
RATTAN Suresh I.s.
RIVIERE Jim E.
RODRICKS Joseph
SAPOLSKY Robert M.
SCOTT Bobby R.
SEYMOUR Colin
SINCLAIR David A.
SMITH-SONNEBORN Joan
SNOW Elizabeth T.
SPEAR Linda
STEVENSON Donald E.
THOMAS Yolene
TUBIANA Maurice
WILLIAMS Gary M.
MATTSON Mark P.
Citation: TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY vol. 222 no. 1 p. 122-128
Publisher: ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Publication Year: 2007
JRC Publication N°: JRC34982
ISSN: 0041-008X
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/4785
Type: Articles in Journals
Appears in Collections:Institute for Environment and Sustainability

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