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TSAIOUN, Katya, Bas J. BLAAUBOER, Thomas HARTUNG, 2016. Evidence-based absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion (ADME) and its interplay with alternative toxicity methods. In: Alternatives to Animal Experimentation : ALTEX. 33(4), pp. 343-358. ISSN 0946-7785. eISSN 1868-8551. Available under: doi: 10.14573/altex.1610101

@article{Tsaioun2016Evide-37782, title={Evidence-based absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion (ADME) and its interplay with alternative toxicity methods}, year={2016}, doi={10.14573/altex.1610101}, number={4}, volume={33}, issn={0946-7785}, journal={Alternatives to Animal Experimentation : ALTEX}, pages={343--358}, author={Tsaioun, Katya and Blaauboer, Bas J. and Hartung, Thomas} }

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