In vitro models reveal differences in the developmental neurotoxicity of an environmental polycylic aromatic hydrocarbon mixture compared to benzo[a]pyrene: neuronotypic PC12 cells and embryonic neural stem cells – Research at the Nicholas School
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In vitro models reveal differences in the developmental neurotoxicity of an environmental polycylic aromatic hydrocarbon mixture compared to benzo[a]pyrene: neuronotypic PC12 cells and embryonic neural stem cells

Slotkin, R.A., S. Skavicus, J. Card, R.T. Di Giulio, and F. J. Seidler. 2017. Toxicology 377:49–56.

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