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CRAWFORD, Sarah E, Thomas HARTUNG, Henner HOLLERT, Björn MATHES, Bennard VAN RAVENZWAAY, Thomas STEGER-HARTMANN, Christoph STUDER, Harald F KRUG, 2017. Green Toxicology : a strategy for sustainable chemical and material development. In: Environmental sciences Europe. 29(1), 16. ISSN 2190-4707. eISSN 2190-4715. Available under: doi: 10.1186/s12302-017-0115-z

@article{Crawford2017Green-41869, title={Green Toxicology : a strategy for sustainable chemical and material development}, year={2017}, doi={10.1186/s12302-017-0115-z}, number={1}, volume={29}, issn={2190-4707}, journal={Environmental sciences Europe}, author={Crawford, Sarah E and Hartung, Thomas and Hollert, Henner and Mathes, Björn and van Ravenzwaay, Bennard and Steger-Hartmann, Thomas and Studer, Christoph and Krug, Harald F}, note={Article Number: 16} }

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