The Pathology Community's Interpretation of Settiagounder’s Proposals on GLP Process as Applied to Pathology Peer Review
Keywords:athology, peer review, GLP, toxicologic pathology, nonclinical toxicology, safety asessment
Abstracthttps://doi.org/10.21423/jrs-v06n01pv (DOI assigned 1/24/2019)
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