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Lack of Nephrotoxicity of Styrene At Current Tlv Level (50-ppm)

Bibliographic reference Vyskocil, A. ; Emminger, S. ; Malir, F. ; Fiala, Z. ; Tusl, M. ; et. al. Lack of Nephrotoxicity of Styrene At Current Tlv Level (50-ppm). In: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, Vol. 61, no. 6, p. 409-411 (1989)
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