|1.||Aoyama, Hiroaki: 2 articles (12/2005 - 07/2003)|
|2.||Holder, J W: 1 article (11/2008)|
|3.||Dixon, D: 1 article (12/2005)|
|4.||Zheng, Xiaolin: 1 article (12/2005)|
|5.||Hewitt, Sylvia C: 1 article (12/2005)|
|6.||Haseman, Joseph K: 1 article (12/2005)|
|7.||He, Hong: 1 article (12/2005)|
|8.||Couse, John F: 1 article (12/2005)|
|9.||Korach, Kenneth S: 1 article (12/2005)|
|10.||Majstoravich, Sonja: 1 article (12/2005)|
|1.||Endometrial Neoplasms (Endometrial Cancer)
11/01/2008 - "Comparing CE with bromoethane (BE), a structural analogue, it was found that BE too produced rare murine endometrial cancers yielding the second highest NTP incidence rate of I = 58% with a similar high malignancy rate of 56%. "
12/15/2005 - "In a 2-year NTP bioassay, Bromoethane (BE) was found to induce endometrial neoplasms in the uterus of B6C3F1 mice [; ]. "
07/01/2003 - "Chloroethane, bromoethane and ethylene oxide represent a unique set of chemicals that induce endometrial neoplasms in the uterus of B6C3F1 mice following an inhalation route of exposure. "
|2.||Uterine Neoplasms (Uterine Cancer)
07/01/2003 - "Bromoethane, chloroethane and ethylene oxide induced uterine neoplasms in B6C3F1 mice from 2-year NTP inhalation bioassays: pathology and incidence data revisited."
07/01/2003 - "The uterine neoplasms were classified as adenomas, adenocarcinomas, and squamous cell carcinomas for bromoethane, and as adenocarcinomas for both chloroethane and ethylene oxide. "
|3.||Glandular and Epithelial Neoplasms (Neoplasms, Glandular)
|5.||Neoplasm Metastasis (Metastasis)
|1.||Ethyl Chloride (Chloroethane)
|2.||Ethylene Oxide (Oxirane)