Quantitative risk assessment of the aggregate dermal exposure to the sensitizing fragrance geraniol in personal care products and household cleaning agents.

@article{Nijkamp2015QuantitativeRA,
  title={Quantitative risk assessment of the aggregate dermal exposure to the sensitizing fragrance geraniol in personal care products and household cleaning agents.},
  author={Monique M. Nijkamp and Bas G. H. Bokkers and Martine I. Bakker and Janine Ezendam and J E Delmaar},
  journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP},
  year={2015},
  volume={73 1},
  pages={
          9-18
        }
}

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