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HOW TO BUILD UP TOXIPEDIA'S CONTENT BASE VIA ESTABLISHMENT OF UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE WORLD LIBRARY OF TOXICOLOGY
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CHAPTER 16 and the entire APPLIED TOXICOLOGY unit of Steven Gilbert's A SMALL DOSE OF TOXICOLOGY, 2nd edition