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Urinary homovanillic acid and serum prolactin levels in children with low environmental exposure to lead

Bibliographic reference Leite, EMA ; Leroyer, A ; Nisse, C ; Haguenoer, JM ; De Burbure, Claire ; et. al. Urinary homovanillic acid and serum prolactin levels in children with low environmental exposure to lead. In: Biomarkers, Vol. 7, no. 1, p. 49-57 (2002)
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