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|Title: ||Developments in analysis and toxicology of toxaphene compounds|
|Authors: ||de Geus, H-J.|
de Boer, J.
|Issue Date: ||1998|
|Citation: ||Geus, H-J. de, Besselink, H., Brouwer, A., Klungsøyr, J., MacGovern, E., McHugh, B., Nixon, E. & Rimkus, G.G., Wester, P.G. & de Boer, J. "Developments in analysis and toxicology of toxaphene compounds", Organohalogen Compounds, 35: 217-220, 1998|
|Abstract: ||Over the last 50 years toxaphene has been produced and used as a pesticide extensively. The US Environmental Protection Agency banned it in 1982. In the early 1990s the presence of toxaphene in marine fish in Europe caused concern with regard to human health in relation with consumption. This paper gives a brief overview of recent developments in the analytical and toxicological research on toxaphene.|
|Appears in Collections:||Marine Chemistry|
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