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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Biological Monitoring. Prospects in Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  1. P B Farmer

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    Edited by J Angerer and T Weiss (pp 201) 2002. Weinheim, Federal Republic of Germany: Wiley VCH. ISBN 3 527 277951

    This book reports on the output of a symposium addressing the possibilities offered by biological monitoring in occupational and environmental medicine, held in Bonn in March 2000 at the invitation of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Germany has a strong research base in this area, and is one of the pioneers in implementing this field in human practice. Biological monitoring for toxic chemicals involves the use of advanced analytical methods to monitor the fate of the toxin within the body of an exposed individual, and the biological outcome of the exposure. These procedures …

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