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Cancer risk assessment of ethyl carbamate in alcoholic beverages from Brazil with special consideration to the spirits cachaça and tiquira

By Dirk W Lachenmeier, Maria CP Lima, Ian CC Nóbrega, José AP Pereira, Florence Kerr-Corrêa, Fotis Kanteres and Jürgen Rehm
Topics: Research Article
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