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Characterization of Phthalate Exposure among Pregnant Women Assessed by Repeat Air and Urine Samples

By Jennifer J. Adibi, Robin M. Whyatt, Paige L. Williams, Antonia M. Calafat, David Camann, Robert Herrick, Heather Nelson, Hari K. Bhat, Frederica P. Perera, Manori J. Silva and Russ Hauser
Topics: Research
Publisher: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
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