Urinary concentrations of toxic substances: an assessment of alternative approaches to adjusting for specific gravity
AffiliationUniversity of Birmingham
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CitationSorahan, T., Pang, D., Esmen, N., Sadhra, S. (2008) 'Urinary concentrations of toxic substances: an assessment of alternative approaches to adjusting for specific gravity', Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene 5 (11):721-3
PublisherTaylor and Francis
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