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Biologically Motivated Quantitative Models and the Mixture Toxicity Problem

The article highlighted in this issue is A PBPK Modeling-Based Approach to Account for Interactions in the Health Risk Assessment of Chemical Mixtures by Sami Haddad, Martin Bliveau, Robert Tardif, and Kannan Krishnan (pp. 125131).

Journal Title: Toxicological Sciences 2001, Vol.63(1), pp.1-2
Main Author: Conolly, Rory B
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