Hongbo Zhai, Howard I. Maibach
CRC Press, Feb 25, 2004 - Medical - 1232 pages
For twenty-five years, Dermatotoxicology has stood as the definitive reference book in the field. A generation of toxicologists and dermatologists has consulted this volume throughout their careers, finding within it a wealth of theoretical and practical guidance.
Updated and expanded to reflect the latest developments in skin toxicology, De
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