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Urinary dimethylbenzoic acid excretion as an indicator of occupational exposure to white spirit

, : Urinary dimethylbenzoic acid excretion as an indicator of occupational exposure to white spirit. Journal of Chromatography 337(1): 146-150


PMID: 3980645

DOI: 10.1016/0378-4347(85)80021-9

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