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Interrelationships of urinary lead after DMSA challenge, bone lead burden, and blood lead in lead exposed workers

Interrelationships of urinary lead after DMSA challenge, bone lead burden, and blood lead in lead exposed workers

Veterinary & Human Toxicology 36(4): 363

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