noncarcinogenic

noncarcinogenic

(ˌnɒnˌkɑːsɪnəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med not causing cancer, not carcinogenic
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PVA is nontoxic to viable cells, noncarcinogenic, has high biocompatibility, and has a consistency similar to soft tissue, film forming with high mechanical strength, and long-term temperature stability.
Probiotics, when sufficiently taken, are noninvasive, noncarcinogenic, nonpathogenic, reliable microorganisms that can temporarily colonize the gastrointestinal tract and act against the proliferation of pathogens without impairing the normal flora [8, 9].
For CPDB annotations, the final carcinogenicity labels denote " + " if carcinogenic in rat liver (female or male) or "-" if noncarcinogenic in both rat and mouse (in female and male) across all tested organs in the CPDB.
Total PAHs and noncarcinogenic PAHs significantly increased during the work season.
Analytical measurements were used to evaluate the carcinogenic and noncarcinogenic health risks associated with the consumption of exposed crops.
The polymers used for orthopedic applications to replace or restore damaged function should be biocompatible, nontoxic, and noncarcinogenic [5].
Concordance of noncarcinogenic endpoints in rodent chemical bioassays.
In the year 2000, Xuan and Li redefined the term nanofluids to include any nanoscaled particles of metallic, nonmetallic, and polymeric origin mixed with a noncarcinogenic basefluid [12].
Tricalcium phosphate (([Ca.sub.3](P[O.sub.4]).sub.2)]) = TCP) is one of the most important biomaterials based on phosphates, and once it is mixed with a liquid phase, it produces much more rapid bone growth and union, currently recognized as ceramic material, which significantly simulates the mineralogical structure of bone [10,11] When TCP ceramics are implanted in vivo, they are nontoxic, antigenically inactive, and noncarcinogenic, and they bond directly to bone without intervening connective tissue.
Importantly, melatonin showed a protective effect against cisplatin toxicity in OSEN noncarcinogenic ovarian epithelial cells [119].
where EDI is the estimated daily intake of a metal via consumption of specific route, EFr is exposure frequency (365 days/year), EDtot is the exposure duration of 58.65 years (lifetime average for Ugandans), and AT is the period of exposure for noncarcinogenic effects (EFr x EDtot) and 70-year lifetime for carcinogenic effects (i.e., 70 years x 365 days/year) in line with international health projections for Uganda [31].
Secondly, the dietary intake, carcinogenic, and noncarcinogenic risks due to consumption of such contaminated milk were calculated.