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Поліциклічні ароматичні вуглеводні і професійний рак легенів (огляд іноземної літератури)

Добровольський Л.А.1, Белашова I.Г.1, Радванська О.С.2

Поліциклічні ароматичні вуглеводні і професійний рак легенів (огляд іноземної літератури)

1 Інститут медицини праці АМН України, м. Київ

2 Національний медичний університет імені О.О. Богомольця, м. Київ

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В огляді іноземної літератури відносно професійного раку легенів наведено відомості з історії цього питання, дані щодо поліциклічних ароматичних вуглеводнів (ПАВ), на прикладі яких розглянуто питання утворення ПАВ на окремих різновидах виробництва, їхньої концентрації у повітрі робочої зони, а також епідеміології, біомаркерів та механізмів канцерогенної дії.

Ключові слова: поліциклічні ароматичні вуглеводні, рак легенів, історія, епідеміологія, біомаркери, механізм дії


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