RTECS

AcronymDefinition
RTECSRegistry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances
RTECSResidential Transportation Energy Consumption Survey
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Raw text data that mention BPS or synonyms were acquired from five toxicological databases (CCRIS, DART, TOXLINE, HSDB, and RTECS), and processed in an SQLite3 database.
Isolation of RTECs and Detection of Mitochondrial Function.
In contrast, mitochondrial damage was noted in some renal cells after HS/R, especially in RTECs, as evidenced by swollen and irregular-shaped mitochondria with disrupted and poorly defined cristae (Figure 5(a)).
After lengthy discussions, a decision was made that NetTech would initiate a national science curriculum project through the RTECs. The first step would be for NetTech to coordinate the design and work for a banner, later named "Holiday Greetings from American's Children," that would cover the 30' x 50' scaffold covering the tree while it was being trimmed.
RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances) CCOHS Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety
Both kidney tissue and isolated RTECs were centrifuged at 14000 rpm for 10 minutes after homogenization in Radio-Immunoprecipitation Assay (RIPA) lysis buffer, and the clear supernatants were collected.
The review version included: CHEMINFO, INFOCHEM (French version), RTECS Database (in both English and French), Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG)/Hazardous Materials (49CFR) Database, and Chemical Evaluation Search and Retrieval System (CESARS).
Searches within the database can be conducted using chemical name, formula, CAS or RTECS numbers, and synonyms or trade names.
The cluster includes the comprehensive files Biosis, MEDLINE, CA, and JICSTE, a database produced by the Japan Information Center of Science and Technology; and the speciality files RTECS for toxicity information, MSCS-CCOHS for material safety data sheets, CHEMLIST for references to unpublished toxicology and health reports, PHAR for new drug development news, CABA for agricultural information, FSTA for food science information, CSNB for chemical safety news, BIOQUIP for information on biotechnology equipment, Compendex*Plus for biomedical engineering research information, and PHYTOMED for plant science information.
Only [LD.sub.50] values published in the Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS) (Norager et al.
databases: IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System), RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances) and the HSDB (Hazardous Substances Data Bank).
Biosis has added two new databases, Alcohol & Alcohol Problems Science Database (AAPS) and the Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS), to the Life Science Network, a network devoted exclusively to the information needs of life science researchers.