Nanomolar levels of PAHs in extracts from urban air induce MAPK signaling in HepG2 cells

Nanomolar levels of PAHs in extracts from urban air induce MAPK signaling in HepG2 cells

I. W. H. Jarvis, C. Bergvall, D. A. Morales, F. Kummrow, G. A. Umbuzeiro, R. Westerholm, U. Stenius, K. Dreij

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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are common environmental pollutants that occur naturally in complex mixtures. Many of the adverse health effects of PAHs including cancer are linked to the activation of intracellular stress response signaling. This

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Nanomolar levels of PAHs in extracts from urban air induce MAPK signaling in HepG2 cells

I. W. H. Jarvis, C. Bergvall, D. A. Morales, F. Kummrow, G. A. Umbuzeiro, R. Westerholm, U. Stenius, K. Dreij


										

Nanomolar levels of PAHs in extracts from urban air induce MAPK signaling in HepG2 cells

I. W. H. Jarvis, C. Bergvall, D. A. Morales, F. Kummrow, G. A. Umbuzeiro, R. Westerholm, U. Stenius, K. Dreij

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    Toxicology letters

    Vol. 229, no. 1 (Aug., 2014), p. 25-32