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Studies on styrene poisoning from the standpoint of occupational health part 1 surveys on the actual conditions of plastic factories using styrene



Studies on styrene poisoning from the standpoint of occupational health part 1 surveys on the actual conditions of plastic factories using styrene



Journal of the Osaka City Medical Center 27(4-6): 249-262




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