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Metabolism of foreign compounds annotated bibliography
Anthony J. Verbiscar
Published by Anver as a service of the Drug Metabolism Information Analysis Center.
|Statement||Anthony J. Verbiscar and Linda L. Lien.|
|Contributions||Lien, Linda L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Title(s): Metabolism of foreign compounds annotated bibliography/ Anthony J. Verbiscar and Linda L. Lien. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Sierra Madre, Calif.: Anver Bioscience Design, Inc., [July ] Description: 24 pages ; 28 cm Language: English MeSH: Food Additives/pharmacology; Pesticides/poisoning; Pharmaceutical.
Toxicology Information Response Center Title(s): Metabolism of foreign compounds, an annotated bibliography.
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