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Nicotine and cotinine in the cervical mucus of smokers, passive smokers, and nonsmokers.

McCann MF, Irwin DE, Walton LA, Hulka BS, Morton JL, Axelrad CM.

Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 1992 Jan-Feb;1(2):125-9.

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Cholesterol screening in children. State of the art.

Haley NJ, Cronin P, Axelrad CM.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1991;623:155-64. No abstract available.

PMID:
2042823
3.

Biochemical validation of self-reported exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.

Haley NJ, Colosimo SG, Axelrad CM, Harris R, Sepkovic DW.

Environ Res. 1989 Jun;49(1):127-35.

PMID:
2721473
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The delivery and uptake of nicotine from an aerosol rod.

Sepkovic DW, Colosimo SG, Axelrad CM, Adams JD, Haley NJ.

Am J Public Health. 1986 Nov;76(11):1343-4.

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Short-term studies on the in vivo metabolism of N-oxides of nicotine in rats.

Sepkovic DW, Haley NJ, Axelrad CM, Shigematsu A, LaVoie EJ.

J Toxicol Environ Health. 1986;18(2):205-14.

PMID:
3712485
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Thyroid hormone concentrations in rats after chronic nicotine metabolite administration.

Sepkovic DW, Haley NJ, Axelrad CM, LaVoie EJ.

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1984 Dec;177(3):412-6.

PMID:
6514716
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Validation of self-reported smoking behavior: biochemical analyses of cotinine and thiocyanate.

Haley NJ, Axelrad CM, Tilton KA.

Am J Public Health. 1983 Oct;73(10):1204-7.

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Cigarette smoking as a risk for cardiovascular disease III: Biochemical effects with higher nicotine yield cigarettes.

Sepkovic DW, Haley NJ, Axelrad CM, Wynder EL.

Addict Behav. 1983;8(1):59-66.

PMID:
6880925

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