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Surveillance of workers exposed to mercury vapour:validation of a previously proposed biological threshold limit value for mercury concentration in urine.

Bibliographic reference Roels, Harry ; Gennart, J P ; Lauwerys, Robert ; Buchet, Jean-Pierre ; Malchaire, Jacques ; et. al. Surveillance of workers exposed to mercury vapour:validation of a previously proposed biological threshold limit value for mercury concentration in urine.. In: American journal of industrial medicine, Vol. 7, no. 1, p. 45-71 (1985)
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