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Systemic Absorption of Nanomaterials by Oral Exposure: Part of the ”Better control of nano” initiative 2012-2015

@inproceedings{Binderup2013SystemicAO,
  title={Systemic Absorption of Nanomaterials by Oral Exposure: Part of the ”Better control of nano” initiative 2012-2015},
  author={Mona-lise Binderup and L. Bredsdorff and Vibe Meister Beltoft and A. Mortensen and K. Loeschner and E. Larsen and F. Eriksen},
  year={2013}
}
  • Mona-lise Binderup, L. Bredsdorff, +4 authors F. Eriksen
  • Published 2013
  • Materials Science
  • 4 Citations

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