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Mainstream Smoke Chemistry and in Vitro and In Vivo Toxicity of the Reference Cigarettes 3R4F and 2R4F

Publié en ligne: 30 Dec 2014
Volume & Edition: Volume 25 (2012) - Edition 1 (February 2012)
Pages: 316 - 335
Reçu: 01 Sep 2011
Accepté: 24 Jan 2012
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