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Journal Article 1989 Ohshima, H. Identification in rats of N-nitrosonipecotic acid as a major urinary metabolite of the areca-nut alkaloid-derived nitrosamines, N nitrosoguvacoline and N-nitrosoguvacine Cancer Letters [Ohshima, 1989 #35118]
Journal Article 1987 Nair, J. Endogenous nitrosation in the oral cavity of chewers while chewing betel quid with or without tobacco IARC Scientific Publications [Nair, 1987 #35113]
Journal Article 1985 Nair, J. Tobacco-specific and betel nut-specific N-nitroso compounds: occurrence in saliva and urine of betel quid chewers and formation in vitro by nitrosation of betel quid Carcinogenesis [Nair, 1985 #35112]
Journal Article 1987 Nair, U. J. Formation of reactive oxygen species and of 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine in DNA in vitro with betel quid ingredients Chemico-Biological Interactions [Nair, 1987 #35111]
Journal Article 1990 Nair, U. J. Effect of lime composition on the formation of reactive oxygen species from areca nut extract in vitro Carcinogenesis [Nair, 1990 #35110]
Journal Article 1995 Nair, U. J. Ortho- and meta-tyrosine formation from phenylalanine in human saliva as a marker of hydroxyl radical generation during betel quid chewing Carcinogenesis [Nair, 1995 #35109]
Journal Article 1992 Nair, U. J. Role of lime in the generation of reactive oxygen species from betel-quid ingredients Environmental Health Perspectives [Nair, 1992 #35108]
Journal Article 1984 Stich, H. F. Dietary phenolics and betel nut extracts as modifiers of N-nitrosation in rat and man IARC Scientific Publications [Stich, 1984 #35039]
Journal Article 1983 Stich, H. F. Inhibitory effect of betel nut extracts on endogenous nitrosation in humans Journal of the National Cancer Institute [Stich, 1983 #35036]
Journal Article 1991 Sundqvist, K. Areca-nut toxicity in cultured human buccal epithelial cells IARC Scientific Publications [Sundqvist, 1991 #35025]
Journal Article 1989 Sundqvist, K. Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of areca nut-related compounds in cultured human buccal epithelial cells Cancer Research [Sundqvist, 1989 #35024]
Journal Article 1988 Ernst, H. Tumorigenicity study in Syrian hamsters fed areca nut together with nitrite Carcinogenesis [Ernst, 1988 #34991]
Journal Article 1988 Friesen, M. Formation of reactive oxygen species and of 8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine in DNA in vitro with betel-quid ingredients IARC Scientific Publications [Friesen, 1988 #34923]