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Differential Effects in Mammalian Cells Induced by Chemical Mixtures in Environmental Biota As Profiled Using Infrared Spectroscopy

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Differential Effects in Mammalian Cells Induced by Chemical Mixtures in Environmental Biota As Profiled Using Infrared Spectroscopy. / Llabjani, Valon; Crosse, John D.; Ahmadzai, Abdullah A.; Patel, Imran I.; Pang, Weiyi; Trevisan, Julio; Jones, Kevin C.; Shore, Richard F.; Martin, Frank.

In: Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 45, No. 24, 15.12.2011, p. 10706-10712.

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Llabjani V, Crosse JD, Ahmadzai AA, Patel II, Pang W, Trevisan J et al. Differential Effects in Mammalian Cells Induced by Chemical Mixtures in Environmental Biota As Profiled Using Infrared Spectroscopy. Environmental Science and Technology. 2011 Dec 15;45(24):10706-10712. https://doi.org/10.1021/es202574b

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Llabjani, Valon ; Crosse, John D. ; Ahmadzai, Abdullah A. ; Patel, Imran I. ; Pang, Weiyi ; Trevisan, Julio ; Jones, Kevin C. ; Shore, Richard F. ; Martin, Frank. / Differential Effects in Mammalian Cells Induced by Chemical Mixtures in Environmental Biota As Profiled Using Infrared Spectroscopy. In: Environmental Science and Technology. 2011 ; Vol. 45, No. 24. pp. 10706-10712.

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