Application of OMICS technologies in occupational and environmental health research; current status and projections

Vlaanderen, J.; Moore, L. E.; Smith, M. T.; Lan, Q.; Zhang, L.; Skibola, C. F.; Rothman, N.; Vermeulen, R.
February 2010
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Feb2010, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p136
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the biological discovery technologies introduced by medical organization OMICS for occupational and environmental health (EOH) treatment.


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