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Early development of behavioral toxicology in the U.S.
Behavioral Toxicology: Early Detection of Occupational Hazards. Xintaras C, Johnson BL, De Groot I, eds., Washington, DC: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, (NIOSH) 74-126, 1974 Jan; :427-431
Review is made of early behavioral studies conducted in various toxicology research projects in the United States. Reference is made to the development of new laboratories, methodology and techniques for behavioral studies in recent years, and to the usefulness of such studies in evolving air quality standards for carbon-monoxide (630080).
NIOSH-Grant; Behavioral-toxicology; Toxic-gases; Experimental-toxicology; Bioassays; Air-quality-control
Preventive Medicine Stanford University Sch of Med Stanford, Calif 94305
Xintaras-C; Johnson-BL; De Groot-I
Behavioral Toxicology: Early Detection of Occupational Hazards
Stanford University, Stanford, California
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