Recommendations for the conduct of systematic reviews in toxicology and environmental health research (COSTER).

@article{Whaley2020RecommendationsFT,
  title={Recommendations for the conduct of systematic reviews in toxicology and environmental health research (COSTER).},
  author={Paul Whaley and Elisa Aiassa and Claire Beausoleil and Anna Beronius and Gary S Bilotta and Alan R. Boobis and Rob B.M. de Vries and Annika Hanberg and Sebastian Hoffmann and Neil Hunt and Carol F. Kwiatkowski and Juleen Lam and Steven Lipworth and Olwenn V Martin and Nicola Randall and Lorenz R. Rhomberg and Andrew A. Rooney and Holger J. Schünemann and Daniele S Wikoff and Taylor A M Wolffe and Crispin Halsall},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2020},
  volume={143},
  pages={
          105926
        }
}

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