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The Journal of Toxicological Sciences
Vol. 40 (2015) No. 6 December p. 797-803



Original Article
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  • Sullivan, N., Elzinga, S. and Raber, J.C. (2013): Determination of pesticide residues in cannabis smoke. J. Toxicol., 2013, 378168.
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