Handbook of Toxicology
Michael J. Derelanko, Mannfred A. Hollinger
Taylor & Francis, Jul 21, 1995 - Medical - 976 pages
This exciting and unique book contains practical reference information useful to practicing toxicologists in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, contract laboratories, regulatory agencies, and academia. Each chapter begins with an outline of its contents. Text is purposely kept to a minimum-data is conveniently organized in tabular form for easy access. This valuable reference appeals to both experts and students alike.
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