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Environmental Research

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Environmental Research emphasizes multidisciplinary studies as well as studies employing biological markers of toxic exposure and effect. Occasional critical reviews and selected book reviews are included.

Research areas include:
*Biochemistry
*Cancer research
*Environmental and occupational medicine
*Epidemiology and risk analysis
*Immunology
*Mineral and organic agents
*Molecular and cellular biology
*Neuroscience
*Pathology
*Pharmacology
*Reproductive biology
*Toxicology


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