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The use of the mother-foetus-newborn infant system for studying the combined activity of pesticides and other chemical substances

, : The use of the mother-foetus-newborn infant system for studying the combined activity of pesticides and other chemical substances. Gigiena i Sanitariya ( 6): 4-7

The changes in concn. of pesticides such as lindane and other toxic chemicals in the blood of foetuses, newborn infants and their mothers, and in the mothers' milk were studied.

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Goncharuk E.I.; Sidorenko G.I.; Golubchikov M.V.; Prokopovich A.S., 1990: Use of a mother fetus newborn system in studying the combined effect of pesticides and other chemicals. Gigiena i Sanitariya (6): 4-7

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