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Nonaddicted to tobacco female bidi rollers working from home
HANDLING OF TOBACCO DUST MAY CAUSE GENOTOXICITY IN BIDI ROLLERS

Bidi is a cheap Indian alternative to cigarette . Bidi rolling is a common cottage industry in which poor women work, mostly in inadequately ventilated conditions. The study explains the genotoxicity in bidi rollers occupationally exposed to tobacco dust. The chromosome aberrations and comet lengths in blood cells of rollers were found to be significantly higher than controls and the increase was proportional to the duration of exposure.

The article was published by
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Toxicology International
Volume / Volumen: 21
Number / Número: 1
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 18-23
Year / Año: 2014
Month / Mes: january


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Principal institution where the research took place
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St. Aloysius college College (autonomous), Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India


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Bibliographic references
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Other articles written by the author Asha Khanna
Otros artículos de Asha Khanna

Khanna A, Shukla P, Tabassum S. Role of Ocimum sanctum as a genoprotective agent on chloropyriphos induced Genotoxicity. Toxicology International 18(1):9-13, 2011.
Genotoxic effects of tobacco chewing. Toxicology International 19(3):322-326, 2012.




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Asha Khanna was invited by SIIC on
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2014, october 24
  The author's report was accepted on
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2017, june 3
The author's report was accepted on
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2017, june 3
Published in siicsalud
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2017, september 1





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Genetics
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Toxicology
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Medical Education
Educación Médica

Workers Health
Medicina del Trabajo

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HANDLING OF TOBACCO DUST MAY CAUSE GENOTOXICITY IN BIDI ROLLERS


Author / Autor
Asha Khanna1

1 Dr, St. Aloysius College College (autonomous) Jabalpur (m. P.), Jabalpur, India, Head, Dept Of Biotechnology


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