Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), products of combustion present in air pollution, auto exhaust, and diesel, are identified as probable human carcinogens
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Abbreviations
inj
injection
wk
week
d
day
h
hour
exp
experiment
subcut
subcutaneous
IARC
International Agency for Research on Cancer
CPDB
Carcinogenic Potency Database, University of Berkeley
NTP
US National Toxicology Program
EPA
US Environmental Protection Agency
CAS RN
Chemical Abstract Service Registry Number
RTECS
Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances
11th ROC
11th Report on Carcinogens
IRIS
Integrated Risk Information System
CalEPA
California Environmental Protection Agency
OEHHA
Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
NIOSH
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
HPV
high production volume
OSHA
US Occupational Safety and Health Administration
IUR
Inventory Update Rule
EAFUS
Everything added to food in the United States
SRD
Source Ranking Database
HPD
Household Product Database
HSDB
Hazardous Substance Database
NOES
National Occupational Exposure Survey
IPCS
International Program on Chemical Safety
RIVM
Dutch National Institute of Public Health and the Environment
ITER
International Toxicity Estimates for Risk Database
MTD
maximally tolerated dose
NCI
National Cancer Institute
TBA
tumor-bearing animals
HCAs
heterocyclic amines
m
male
f
female
sig
significant
stat
statistically
inc
increase
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