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VOC Levels in a new IVF laboratory With both central and in-laboratory photocatalytic air purification units

  title={VOC Levels in a new IVF laboratory With both central and in-laboratory photocatalytic air purification units},
  • Published 2014
  • Historical fears of toxic fumes from motor vehicles and industrial sources, and anecdotal reports among ART scientists of diminished success rates associated with building renovations, have now been confirmed and expanded into a solid evidence base. The earliest peer-reviewed publication on such issues was by Cohen et al. (1997) and led to the development of various products designed specifically to reduce the impact of toxic vapours inside incubators. 
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