Bias toward safety is also inherent in the derivation and selection of a benzo[a]pyrene cancer potency factor (7.
What does PF stand for?
PF stands for Potency Factor
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Potency factor is examined by the pairs: large-small, hard-soft, heavy-light, rugged-delicate.
The carcinogenic potency factor for BAP was given as 6.
EPA Meeting to Review the Proposed Approach for Estimation of Bin-Specific Cancer Potency Factors for Inhalation Exposure to Asbestos Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO): WHO: Partial List of Registered Speakers: * Richard A.
L] (lung cancer potency factor of asbestos)] were calculated using linear relative risk regression models.
5) collected during the Beijing Olympic Games, and the associated inhalation cancer risks were estimated using a point-estimate approach based on relative potency factors.
eq]) concentration was estimated for each PAH by multiplying its concentration by its relative potency factor (RPF).
The cancer potency factor has historically been a linear extrapolation from the high-dose animal or human studies to the low doses of environmental exposure using either a maximum likelihood estimate (for epidemiology) or the upper 95% confidence limit (for animal studies) on the dose response.