A comparison of the direct and indirect methods of human exposure / D. Mage
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Mage, David T. (1991). A comparison of the direct and indirect methods of human exposure / D. Mage. Progress in clinical and biological research 1991 ; 372 : 443-454 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/45877
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