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Title: Effects of lung exposure to carbon nanotubes on female fertility and pregnancy. A study in mice
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Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y. Print) [0890-6238] Hougaard, Karin yr:2013 vol:41 pg:86 -97

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