Toxicity and residue studies in dairy animals with FireMaster FF-1 (polybrominated biphenyls)

Wingender, J.; Robl, M.G.; Gordon, D. E.; Jenkins, D. H.; Keplinger, M. L.
April 1978
Environmental Health Perspectives;Apr1978, Vol. 23, p91
Academic Journal
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