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Exposure to Cigarette Smoke Constituents in a Population of Adult Cigarette Smokers in the U.S. Who Spontaneously Switched to Cigarettes with Lower or Higher Machine Measured ‘Tar’ Yield

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Tom & Zeszyt: Tom 24 (2011) - Zeszyt 4 (January 2011)
Zakres stron: 166 - 173
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Przyjęty: 04 Nov 2010
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