Margareta Törnqvist mainly investigates Hemoglobin, Adduct, Biochemistry, Valine and Carcinogen. Margareta Törnqvist interconnects Chromatography, Toxicology and Toxicity in the investigation of issues within Hemoglobin. Her work in the fields of Chromatography, such as Gas chromatography and Derivatization, intersects with other areas such as Ethylene.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Intestinal bacteria, Endogeny and Metabolism in addition to Adduct. Her work investigates the relationship between Valine and topics such as Organic chemistry that intersect with problems in Cooked food. The various areas that Margareta Törnqvist examines in her Carcinogen study include Micronucleus, Micronucleus test, Metabolite, Molecular biology and In vivo.
Margareta Törnqvist spends much of her time researching Hemoglobin, Adduct, Biochemistry, Chromatography and Carcinogen. Her Hemoglobin study incorporates themes from Toxicology, Toxicity, Micronucleus test and In vivo. She has included themes like Metabolite, In vitro and Genotoxicity in her In vivo study.
Her Adduct study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stereochemistry, Valine and Isothiocyanate. Her Biochemistry research integrates issues from Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Her Carcinogen study combines topics in areas such as Molecular biology and Immunology.
Margareta Törnqvist focuses on Adduct, Biochemistry, Hemoglobin, Carcinogen and In vivo. Her Adduct research incorporates themes from Chromatography, Human serum albumin, Stereochemistry and Adductomics. Her research in Biochemistry focuses on subjects like Genotoxicity, which are connected to Micronucleus, Toxicology and Potency.
Many of her studies on Hemoglobin involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Valine. The concepts of her Carcinogen study are interwoven with issues in Biomarker and Immunology, Cord blood. Her work in In vivo tackles topics such as In vitro which are related to areas like Metabolism.
Metabolite, Hemoglobin, Biochemistry, Physiology and Birth weight are her primary areas of study. The Metabolite study combines topics in areas such as Animal science, Toxicology and Cohort. Her Hemoglobin research focuses on Valine and how it connects with Chromatography and Adduct.
Her study in Adduct is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stereochemistry and Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry. Her studies deal with areas such as Endocrinology, Internal medicine, In vivo and Micronucleus test as well as Biochemistry. She works mostly in the field of Physiology, limiting it down to topics relating to Pregnancy and, in certain cases, Pediatrics, Anatomy & histology and Cohort study, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Analysis of Acrylamide, a Carcinogen Formed in Heated Foodstuffs
Eden Tareke;Per Rydberg;Patrik Karlsson;Sune Eriksson.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2002)
Acrylamide: A Cooking Carcinogen?
Tareke E;Rydberg P;Karlsson P;Eriksson S.
Chemical Research in Toxicology (2000)
Investigations of factors that influence the acrylamide content of heated foodstuffs.
P. E. R. Rydberg;Sune Eriksson;Eden Tareke;Patrik Karlsson.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2003)
Human exposure and internal dose assessments of acrylamide in food
E. Dybing;P.B. Farmer;M. Andersen;T.R. Fennell.
Food and Chemical Toxicology (2005)
Monitoring of environmental cancer initiators through hemoglobin adducts by a modified Edman degradation method
M. Törnqvist;J. Mowrer;S. Jensen;L. Ehrenberg.
Analytical Biochemistry (1986)
Protein adducts: quantitative and qualitative aspects of their formation, analysis and applications.
M. Törnqvist;C. Fred;J. Haglund;H. Helleberg.
Journal of Chromatography B (2002)
Health effects of occupational exposure to acrylamide using hemoglobin adducts as biomarkers of internal dose
Lars Hagmar;Margareta Törnqvist;Catarina Nordander;Ingmar Rosén.
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health (2001)
Modified Edman degradation applied to hemoglobin for monitoring occupational exposure to alkylating agents
Jacques Mowrer;Margareta Törnqvist;Sören Jensen;Lars Ehrenberg.
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry (1986)
Tissue doses of ethylene oxide in cigarette smokers determined from adduct levels in hemoglobin.
M. Törnqvist;S. Osterman-Golkar;A. Kautiainen;S. Jensen.
Biological and chemical monitoring of occupational exposure to ethylene oxide.
A.D. Tates;T. Grummt;M. Törnqvist;P.B. Farmer.
Mutation Research (1991)
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