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The margin of exposure to formaldehyde in alcoholic beverages.
Application of the margin of exposure (MOE) approach to substances in food that are genotoxic and carcinogenic Example: Ethyl carbamate.
Colors vary linearly with powers of 10 of aromatase inhibition resulting from W and margin of exposure combinations, from red ([10.sup.-2]) to blue ([10.sup.-80]).
Thus, I welcome the EPA proposal for use of the margin of exposure (MOE), which is the ratio of the exposure associated with an observable incidence of effects in humans or animals divided by the exposure level occurring in specified environments or expected to occur after compliance with the regulatory action under consideration.
Indeed, this very large margin of exposure combined with the lack of evidence for genotoxicity must be factored into an assessment of biologic plausibility.
Implementing a cancer risk assessment for dioxin using a margin of exposure approach and an internal measure of dose.