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Material Safety Data Sheets

Altvater T.S. 1990. Material safety data sheets: A user perspective. Professional Safety. 35(10):17.

Beach J. 2002. The problem with material safety data sheets. Occupational Medicine. 52(2):67-68.

Bernstein J.A. 2002. Material safety data sheets: Are they reliable in identifying human hazards? Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology. 110(1):35-38.

Greenberg M.I., et al. 1996. Material safety data sheet: a useful resource for the emergency physician. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 27(3):347-352.

Kolp P., et al. 1993. Comprehensibility of material safety data sheets. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 23(1):135-141.

Kolp P.W., et al. 1995. Assessment of the accuracy of material safety data sheets. AIHA Journal. 56(2):178-183.

Lerman S.E. and Kipen H.M. 1990. Material safety data sheets: caveat emptor. Archives of Internal Medicine. 150(5):981-984.

Marsick D.J. and Byrd D.M. 1990. Resources for material safety data sheet (MSDS) preparation. Fundamental & Applied Toxicology. 15(1):1-5.

Nicol A.M., et al. 2008. Accuracy, comprehensibility, and use of material safety data sheets: A review. American Journal of Industrial Medicine., 51(11):861-876.

Phillips C.C., et al. 1999. The efficacy of material safety data sheets and worker acceptability. Journal of Safety Research. 30(2):113-122.

Rosenthal I. and Ignatowski A.J. 1993. The Operational Material Safety Data Sheet—Key to the Effectiveness of a Generic Approach to the Control of Health and Safety Risks: I. An Approach to Managing Risks for Nonspecifically Regulated Substances. Applied Occupational & Environmental Hygiene. 8(8):708-713.

Solomon C.J. 1988. Understanding and Using the MSDS. Material Safety Data Sheets. AAOHN Journal. 36(9):376-379.

Welsh M.S., et al. 2000. The verification of hazardous ingredients disclosures in selected material safety data sheets. Applied Occupational & Environmental Hygiene. 15(5):409-420.

MEDLARS

Adams S. 1965. MEDLARS: performance, problems, possibilities. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 53(2):139.

Adams S. 1972. The way of the innovator: notes toward a prehistory of MEDLARS. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 60(4):523.

Adams S. and Taine S. 1964. Searching the medical literature: information retrieval (MEDLARS) at the National Library of Medicine. JAMA. 188(3):251-254.

Atwood R. 1964. A grass-roots look at MEDLARS. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 52(4):645.

Becker J. 1964. The MEDLARS project. ALA Bulletin. 58(3):227-230.

Black J.R., et al. 1983. Computerized medical literature. MEDLARS: a valuable tool. Journal of the American Podiatry Association. 73(7):376-380.

Dee C.R. 2007. The development of the medical literature analysis and retrieval system (MEDLARS). Journal of the Medical Library Association. 95(4):416.

Langford R.E. 1987. MEDLARS valuable resource for sanitarians. Journal of Environmental Health. 49(6):367.

Ralston N.M. 1995. Controlled Vocabularies for MEDLARS Databases. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 14(2):25-34.

Rogers F.B. 1964. The development of MEDLARS. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 52(1):150.

Sewell W. 1964. Medical subject headings in MEDLARS. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 52(1):164.

Smith K.A.and Mehnert R.B..1986. The National Library of Medicine: from MEDLARS to the sesquicentennial and beyond. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 74 :325-332.

Taine S.I. 1963. The medical literature analysis and retrieval system (MEDLARS) of the US National Library of Medicine. Methods of Information in Medicine. 2:65-69.

Taine S.I. 1964. Bibliographic aspects of MEDLARS. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 52(1):152.

MEDLINE     

Baykoucheva, S. 2010. Selecting a database for drug literature retrieval: a comparison of MEDLINE, Scopus, and Web of Science. Science & Technology Libraries. 29(4): 276-288.

Funk Mark E., et al. 1983.Indexing consistency in MEDLINE. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 71:176-183.

Gehanno, J.F. and Thirion, B. 2000. How to select publications on occupational health: the usefulness of Medline and the impact factor. Occupational & Environmental Medicine. 57(10):706-709.

Hewitt P. and Chalmers T.C. 1985. Using MEDLINE to peruse the literature. Controlled Clinical Trials. 6(1):75-83.

Wallingford K.T., et al. 1989. Bibliographic retrieval: a survey of individual users of MEDLINE. Computers in Medical Practice. 7(3):166-171.

MEPAS

Whelan G., et al. 1992. Overview of the multimedia environmental pollutant assessment system (MEPAS). Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials. 9(2):191-208.

METEOR

Greene N., et al. 1999. Knowledge-based expert systems for toxicity and metabolism prediction: DEREK, StAR and METEOR. SAR and QSAR in Environmental Research. 10(2-3):299-314.

MICROMEDEX

Running W.E. 1996. A Comparison of MICROMEDEX CCIS and CCOHS CClNFO disc: Sources of Chemical Safety Information. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 15(2):33-51.

MutAIT

Avancini D., et al. 2015. MutAIT: an online genetic toxicology data portal and analysis tools. Mutagenesis. 31(1).

 


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National Library of Medicine

Clayton F.W. 1972. The toxicology information program of the National Library of Medicine. Clin Toxicol 5(2): 283-94.

Fitzpatrick R.B. 2000. Resources from the Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program (TEHIP). Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 19(2):65-72.

Fonger G.C., et al. 2006. Toxicological information resources at the National Library of Medicine. Toxicologic Pathology. 34(6):812-3.

Hochstein C., et al. 2007. Environmental health and toxicological resources of the United States National Library of Medicine. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 26(3):21-45.

Institute of Medicine. 1997. Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Resources: The Role of the National Library of Medicine. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Knoben J.E., et al. 2004. The National Library of Medicine and Drug Information. Part 1: Present Resources. Drug Information Journal. 38(1):69-81.

Smith K.A. and Mehnert R.B. 1986. The National Library of Medicine: from MEDLARS to the sesquicentennial and beyond. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 74(4):325-32.

Strube K. and Antoniewicz C.M. 1988. Teaching end users how to search the National Library of Medicine's toxicology databases. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 7(2):31-39.

Wexler P. 2004. The U.S. National Library of Medicine's toxicology and environmental health information program. Toxicology. 198(1-3):161-8.

Wexler P. 2008. Online toxicology resources in support of risk assessment from the US National Library of Medicine. Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology. 233(1):63.

NDF-RT

Peters L.B., et al. 2015. Evaluating drug-drug interaction information in NDF-RT and DrugBank. Journal of Biomedical Semantics. 6(1):19.

NFRD (National Food Residue Database)

NHSRC TOXICITY VALUE DATABASE

Moudgal C.J., et al. 2008. Human health risk assessment database, “the NHSRC toxicity value database”: Supporting the risk assessment process at US EPA's National Homeland Security Research Center. Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology. 233:25-33.

NIOSH Criteria Documents

Gross P. 1978. Critique of NIOSH criteria document on fibrous glass. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 20(8):519-520.

Rose V.E. 1975. NIOSH Criteria Document Development. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. 17(2):77-79.

Yaffe C.D. 1973. NIOSH criteria documents. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. 15(9):708-709.

NIOSH Current Intelligence Bulletins

NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards

Burton D.J. 2001. Using the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. Occupational Health & Safety. 70(4):20-22.

Daniels W.J., et al. 1996. IH Interface: NIOSH Electronic Information Resources. Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 11(6):528-530.

 


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Oceanic Abstracts

OECD Existing Chemicals Database

Wegmann F., et al. 2009. The OECD software tool for screening chemicals for persistence and long-range transport potential. Environmental Modelling & Software. 24(2):228-237.

OncoLogic

 

 

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