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Comparative study of dna adduct formation and cytogenetic effects of two constituents in coke oven emissions with an in vivo rat lung cell system



Comparative study of dna adduct formation and cytogenetic effects of two constituents in coke oven emissions with an in vivo rat lung cell system



Environmental & Molecular Mutagenesis Suppl. (20): 70




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