the Laka catalogue

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6.05.0.00/33 Malignant Effects; depleted uranium as a genotoxin and carcinogenICBUW January 2014
6.05.0.00/32 Report expert-meeting on risks depleted uranium use in weapon systemsLaka, NVMP February 2008
6.05.0.00/27 The brain is a target organ after acute exposure to depleted uraniumLevaestel, Houpert, Bussy…. June 2005
6.05.0.00/29 In vivo effects of chronic contamination with depleted uranium on CYP3A and associated nuclear receptors PXR and CAR in ratSouidi, Guegen, Linard June 2005
6.05.0.00/28 Development of an environmentally friendly protective coating for the DU –0.75 wt % titanium alloy –Part 2: Coating information and evaluationRoeper, Chidambaram, Clayton May 2005
6.05.0.00/26 Enriched but not depleted uranium affects central nervous system in long-term exposed ratHoupert, Lestaevel, Bussy… April 2005
6.05.0.00/25 Evaluation of the effect of implanted depleted uranium on male reproductive success, sperm concentration and sperm velocityArfsten, Schaeffer, Johnson March 2005
6.05.0.00/24 Effects of short-term and long-term depleted uranium exposure on open-field behavior and brain lipid oxidation in ratsW.Briner, J.Murray September 2004
6.05.0.00/23Depleted Uranium. Deadly, dangerous and IndiscriminateAnnie Gut, Bruno Vitale, CADU October 2003
6.05.0.00/30 Depleted uranium – uranyl chloride induces apoptosis in mouse J774-macrophagesKalinich, Ramakrishnan June 2002
6.05.0.00/22Contribution au debat sur L'uranium apprauvriAnnie Gut, Bruno Vitale May 2002
6.05.0.00/31 Genomic instability in human osteoblast cells after exposure to depleted uraniumMiller, Brooks February 2002
6.05.0.00/18The US Military's Environmental Assault on CommunitiesMilitaryToxics Project, Env. Health Coa. June 2001
6.05.0.00/16The health hazards of depleted uranium munitions Part 1Royal Society May 2001
6.05.0.00/17Gezondheidsrisico's van blootstelling aan verarmd uraniumGezondheidsraad May 2001
6.05.0.00/15Conference Papers. International Conference Against DU WeaponsCADU April 2001
6.05.0.00/21Depleted Uranium, Sources, Exposure and Health EffectsWHO April 2001
6.05.0.00/20Depleted Uranium. Opinion of Group of Experts Established According to Article 31 of the Euratom TreatyEuropean Commission March 2001
6.05.0.00/19Discounted Casualties. The Human Cost of Depleted UraniumA.Tashira 2001
6.05.0.00/14On the Biological Effects and Health Risks following Exposure to Aerosols produced by the use of Depleted Uranium WeaponsC.Busby October 2000
6.05.0.00/13Gezondheidsrisico's bij blootstelling aan uraniumGez. Geneeskundige Beleidsstaf July 1999
6.05.0.00/12 Depleted Uranium. A post-war disaster for environment and healthLaka May 1999
6.05.0.00/11Metal of DishonourIAC April 1999
6.05.0.00/10Depleted Uranium: Agent Orange of the 90's. Another Pentagon coverupMilitary Toxics Project 1998
6.05.0.00/09Metal of Dishonour. How the Pentagon Radiates soldiers & civilians with DU weaponsIAC April 1997
6.05.0.00/08Friendly Fire. The Link Between Depleted Uranium Munitions and Human Health EffectsDamacio A.Lopez March 1995
6.05.0.00/05De gevolgen van bewapening voor mens en milieu. ReaderTU Eindhoven October 1994
6.05.0.00/06Health and Environmental Consequences of Depleted Uranium Use in the U.S. Army: Summary report to the congressUS Army Env. Policy Institute June 1994
6.05.0.00/17Health and Environmental Consequences of Depleted Uranium. Use in the U.S. Army: Technical ReportUS Army Env. Policy Institute June 1994
6.05.0.00/04Study on depleted uranium (tails) and on uranium residues from reprocessing with respect to quantities, characteristics, storage, possible disposal routes and radiation exposureWingender, Becker, Doran, Nukem 1994