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Acute Oral Administration in Male and Female Rats Code 69 (Meflex 039(12-2023-43.5% Chlorination)) with Cover Letter.
Acute Oral Toxicity (LD50) Test in Rats with Cover Letter dated 03/31/1984.
Comprehensive Investigation of the Toxicity and Cancer Producing Potential of Dibutyl Phthlate with Cover Letter.
Evaluation of Delayed Neurotoxicity and Dose-Response Relationships of Phosphate Esters in the Adult Hen Prepared by Monsanto Company with Cover Letter.
Field Methods Evaluation for Estimating Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Exposure: Children in Low-Income Families That Include Smokers.
Health and Environmental Effects Document for Boron and Boron Compounds.
Health effects assessment summary tables : FY-1997 update.
Health Effects Test Guidelines. OPPTS Series 870.1000 Acute Toxicity Testing: Background.
Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) (on Diskette).
Letter from M and T Chemicals to US EPA regarding 8(e) Submission for Triphenylphosphine (Sanitized).
Single Dose and Subacute Toxicity of Stabilizer D-22. Prepared by Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, University of Pittsburgh with Cover Letter.
Use of Pharmacokinetic Data to Refine Carbaryl Risk Estimates from Oral and Dermal Exposure.
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