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A mathematical model of electrostatic precipitation /
Assessment of interspecies sensitivity of birds using lc50 test results /
Co-Culture of Rat Embryos and Hepatocytes: 'In vitro' Detection of a Proteratogen.
Development of an Intact Hepatocyte Activation System for Routine Use with the Mouse Lymphoma Assay.
Effects of a Lignosulfonate-Type Drilling Mud on Development of Experimental Estuarine Macrobenthic Communities.
Effects of Pentachlorophenol on Field- and Laboratory-Developed Estuarine Benthic Communities.
Effects of Sevin on Development of Experimental Estuarine Communities.
High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Assay of Biphenyl Metabolism by Hepatocytes Cultured in an Embryo/Hepatocyte Co-culture Medium.
In vitro Culture of Postimplantation Hamster Embryos.
In vivo and In vitro Structure-Dosimetry-Activity Relationships of Substituted Phenols in Developmental Toxicity Assays.
Induced Hepatocytes as a Metabolic Activation System for the Mouse-Lymphoma Assay.
Kepone: Toxicity and Bioaccumulation in Blue Crabs.
Responses of Developing Estuarine Macrobenthic Communities to Drilling Muds.
Toxicity of Drilling-Mud Biocides to Developing Estuarine Macrobenthic Communities.
Toxicokinetics and Structure-Activity Relationships of Nine Para-Substituted Phenols in Rat Embryos In vitro.
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