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Evaluation of route-to-route extrapolation factors based on assessment of repeated dose toxicity studies compiled in the database RepDose®.

K. Schroder, S. E. Escher, S. Hoffmann-Dorr, R. Kuhne, N. Simetska and I. Mangelsdorf

Mortality of lead smelter workers: A follow-up study with exposure assessment.

S. J. Bertke, E. J. Lehman, S. J. Wurzelbacher and M. J. Hein

Hypersensitivity pneumonitis in a beautician.

T. Soumagne, G. Reboux, B. Degano and J. C. Dalphin

Urinary heavy metals in Hispanics 40–85 years old in Doña Ana County, New Mexico.

S. V. Adams, B. Barrick, E. P. Christopher, M. M. Shafer, X. Song, H. Vilchis, P. A. Newcomb and A. Ulery

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