"Borates" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Inorganic or organic salts and esters of boric acid.
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Borates" by people in Profiles.
Woskie SR, Eisen EE, Wegman DH, Hu X, Kriebel D. Worker sensitivity and reactivity: indicators of worker susceptibility to nasal irritation. Am J Ind Med. 1998 Dec; 34(6):614-22.
Wegman DH, Eisen EA, Hu X, Woskie SR, Smith RG, Garabrant DH. Acute and chronic respiratory effects of sodium borate particulate exposures. Environ Health Perspect. 1994 Nov; 102 Suppl 7:119-28.
Woskie SR, Shen P, Eisen EA, Finkel MH, Smith TJ, Smith R, Wegman DH. The real-time dust exposures of sodium borate workers: examination of exposure variability. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 1994 Mar; 55(3):207-17.
Hu X, Wegman DH, Eisen EA, Woskie SR. Application of an event marker in the occupational epidemiologic study of acute irritant symptoms. Epidemiology. 1993 May; 4(3):266-70.
Hu X, Wegman DH, Eisen EA, Woskie SR, Smith RG. Dose related acute irritant symptom responses to occupational exposure to sodium borate dusts. Br J Ind Med. 1992 Oct; 49(10):706-13.
Wegman DH, Eisen EA, Woskie SR, Hu XH. Measuring exposure for the epidemiologic study of acute effects. Am J Ind Med. 1992; 21(1):77-89.
Eisen EA, Wegman DH, Kriebel D, Woskie SR, Hu X. An epidemiologic approach to the study of acute reversible health effects in the workplace. Epidemiology. 1991 Jul; 2(4):263-70.