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Air toxics technical assistance for the State of Alaska : final report /
Air toxics technical assistance for the state of Alaska final report /
Alterations in Liver Microsomal Metabolism of Parathion Caused by Chronic Administration of Dilantin, Chloroquine.
Comparative Stimulation of gamma HCH Metabolism by Pretreatment of Rats with gamma HCH, DDT, and DDT + gamma HCH.
Comparative Stimulation of gamma HCH Metabolism by Pretreatment of Rats with gamma HCH, DDT, and DDT gama HCH.
Effects of Diphenylhydatoin and Chloroquine on Monkey Liver Microsomal Mixed-Function Oxidases.
Evaluation of Normal and Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticide Inhibited Blood Cholinesterase Activity Utilizing Dimethylbutylacetate as a Substrate.
Long-Term Variation Study of Blood Plasma Levels of Chloroform and Related Purgeable Compounds.
Measurement of Blood Cholinesterase Activity in Laboratory Animals Utilizing Dimethylbutyl Acetate as a Substrate.
Measurement of Small Mechanical Vibrations of Brain Tissue Exposed to Extremely-Low-Frequency Electric Fields.
Metabolic Alterations in the Squirrel Monkey Induced by DDT Administration and Ascorbic Acid Deficiency.
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