chemical dose

chemical dose

The amount of chemical agent, expressed in milligrams, that is taken or absorbed by the body.
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It used to be accepted that the higher the chemical dose, the more disease.
If you buy a cup of coffee that's been brewed through a bleached filter, you're drinking dioxins; you double your chemical dose if the coffee's served in a Styrofoam cup.
A more refined control scheme might further trim chemical dose based upon certain process conditions, such as temperature, pH, or dissolved solids.
Summary statistics for the individual chemical dose groups can be found in Supplemental Data Table 1 (http://ehp.
The most critical maternal factor in determining chemical dose to the infant is the extent and pattern of maternal chemical exposure.
And we now know that extremely low levels of exposure to certain chemicals can have profound biological impacts, upending the earlier assumption that only high chemical doses can cause adverse health effects.
To effectively evaluate a chemical's potential for endocrine disruption, a testing protocol must be able to measure hormone-like effects or perturbations at very low chemical doses, as well as to take into account the many possible ways the chemical may interact with endocrine signaling pathways.
Multiple chemical doses given to cancer patients cause hair loss and sometime baldness.
The oncologist explained that multiple chemical doses given to cancer patients cause hair loss and sometimes baldness.
Half the mice also got lisofylline injections daily for 2 weeks, starting 5 days before the chemical doses began.

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