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A study of industrial data on candidate chemicals for testing : research request no. 3/ SRI International ; prepared for United States, Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances ; Project Officer: James Darr.
Comprehensive Investigation of the Toxicity and Cancer Producing Potential of Dibutyl Phthlate with Cover Letter.
Dermal Irritation Test in Rabbits prepared by Scientific Association, Inc., with Cover Letter.
Four Final Mutagenicity Reports Regarding Alkyl Phthalates.
Henry's Constant of Santicizer 900 at Ambient Temperature with Cover Letter.
Methods for Measuring Mutagenicity in Urine of Rats Dosed with (14C)di(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate with Cover Letter.
Skin Irritation Test on Rabbits Using 1,2-benzenedicarboxylic Acid, Diundecyl Ester.
Surfactants and Plasticizers Completeness of Biodegradation in a Simulated River System with Cover Letter.
Toxicity and Health Hazard Summary with Cover Letters. Alkyl Phthalates and Dicyclohexyl Phthalate.
TSCA Section 4 human exposural assessment alkyl phthalates : final report /
Twenty-eight Day Subacute Percutaneous Toxicity SL: VE-1005-20; SR: TG8E 1037; P75-066 with Cover Letter.
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