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1.  Effects of carbon disulphide on the liver of rats 
Bond, E. J., Butler, W. H., de Matteis, F., and Barnes, J. M. (1968).Brit. J. industr. Med.,26, 335-337. Effects of carbon disulphide on the liver of rats. Normal rats surviving a single oral dose of carbon disulphide (CS2) show liver enlargement and depression of drug-metabolizing enzymes but no liver necrosis. If the drug-metabolizing enzymes are stimulated by phenobarbitone before exposure to CS2, the LD50 does not change but liver necrosis is produced.
PMCID: PMC1008993  PMID: 5346831
2.  Observations on the effects on rats of compounds related to acrylamide 
Barnes, J. M. (1970).Brit. J. industr. Med.,27, 147-149. Observations on the effects on rats of compounds related to acrylamide. Nine compounds (Table), close chemical relations of acrylamide, were given to adult rats both in their diet and as repeated daily doses by mouth. Dose rates were such that with acrylamide acute poisoning and neuropathy would have resulted. Seven of the compounds were without effect. N-methylacrylamide and N-hydroxymethylacrylamide produced some neurotoxic effects in large doses. The presence of acrylamide as an impurity in the compound tested was not excluded.
PMCID: PMC1009088  PMID: 5428633
3.  Application of Stereolithographic Custom Models for Studying the Impact of Biofilms and Mineral Precipitation on Fluid Flow 
Applied and Environmental Microbiology  2005;71(12):8721-8728.
Here we introduce the use of transparent experimental models fabricated by stereolithography for studying the impacts of biomass accumulation, minerals precipitation, and physical configuration of flow paths on liquid flow in fracture apertures. The internal configuration of the models ranged in complexity from simple geometric shapes to those that incorporate replicated surfaces of natural fractures and computationally derived fracture surfaces. High-resolution digital time-lapse imaging was employed to qualitatively observe the migration of colloidal and soluble dyes through the flow models. In this study, a Sphingomonas sp. and Sporosarcina (Bacillus) pasteurii influenced the fluid dynamics by physically altering flow paths. Microbial colonization and calcite deposition enhanced the stagnant regions adjacent to solid boundaries. Microbial growth and calcite precipitation occurred to a greater extent in areas behind the fabricated obstacles and less in high-velocity orifices.
PMCID: PMC1317468  PMID: 16332867
5.  Quiet Catastrophe 
British Medical Journal  1968;3(5617):542.
PMCID: PMC1986474
6.  Beryllium 
British Medical Journal  1951;1(4701):283.
PMCID: PMC2068338
7.  Our Polluted Food 
British Medical Journal  1975;3(5980):442.
PMCID: PMC1673883
9.  Tests on the pill for carcinogenicity. 
British Medical Journal  1972;4(5836):359.
PMCID: PMC1786602  PMID: 4637517
12.  Ocular Electromyography 
British Medical Journal  1963;1(5327):394.
PMCID: PMC2123866
British Medical Journal  1960;1(5176):862-863.
PMCID: PMC1967058
British Medical Journal  1960;1(5174):709-710.
PMCID: PMC1966716
25.  Beryllium Bone Sarcomata in Rabbits 
British Journal of Cancer  1950;4(2):212-222.
PMCID: PMC2007712  PMID: 14772368

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