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Annexe A : Liste d'acronymes

acide désoxyribonucléique
O6-alkylguanine-ADN alkyltransférase
American National Standards Institute
acide ribonucléique
N-oxyde de N, N-diméthyldodécylamine
bactéries oxydant l'azote
bactéries oxydant le nitrite
Conseil canadien des normes
Comité fédéral-provincial-territorial sur l'eau potable
concentration maximale acceptable
composé nitrosable
composé N-nitroso
diabète sucré insulino-dépendant de type 1
dose journalière acceptable
DL 50
dose estimée comme étant létale pour la moitié des animaux
diméthylamine; chlorhydrate de diméthylamine
dose minimale avec effet nocif observé
chlorhydrate de diphénhydramine
dose sans effet nocif observé
dose sans effet observé
DT 05
dose tumorigène 05
Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments
eau potable
Environmental Protection Agency (É.-U.)
évaluation quantitative du risque
Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture
intervalle de confiance
Integrated Risk Information System
Comité mixte FAO/OMS d'experts des additifs alimentaires
LD 50
limite de détection
limite de détection de la méthode
lymphome non hodgkinien
limite de quantification pratique
maléate de chlorphéniramine
nicotinamide-adénine-dinucléotide hydrogéné
néphropathie endémique des Balkans
symporteur sodium/iodure
N-nitroso- N-méthylurée
NO 2¯
ion nitrite
NO 2-N
azote du nitrite
NO 3¯
ion nitrate
NO 3-N
azote du nitrate
NSF International
National Toxicology Program (É.-U.)
Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (Californie)
osmose inverse sous pression ultra-faible
Organisation mondiale de la santé
oxyde de triméthylamine- N
poids par poids
poids corporel
rapport de cotes
risque relatif
Standard Method
seuil pratique d'évaluation quantitative
T 3
T 4
hormone thyréotrope
synthèse non programmée de l'ADN
valeur basée sur la santé
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