Hydrazines and Cancer: A Guidebook on the Carciognic Activities of Hydrazines, Related Chemicals, and Hydrazine Containing Natural Products
CRC Press, 2 sep. 2003 - 264 pagina's
This comprehensive publication on biological actions of hydrazines includes all the available published material and chronological descriptions of the literature. The uniformly applied principle of evaluations separates each hydrazine chemical and divides according to species. This monograph presents data on carcinogenic activity of hydrazines in a
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