GEMS/Food total diet studies : report of the 2nd International Workshop on Total Diet Studies, Brisbane, Australia, 4-15 February 2002
International Workshop on Total Diet Studies (2nd : 2002 : Brisbane, Australia) & WHO Food Safety Programme. (2002). GEMS/Food total diet studies : report of the 2nd International Workshop on Total Diet Studies, Brisbane, Australia, 4-15 February 2002. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/42562
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