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Characterisation and In Vivo Safety of Canine Adipose-Derived Stem Cells

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Chiral-Gas Chromatography-Selected Ion Monitoring-Mass Selective Detection Analysis of Tobacco Materials and Tobacco Smoke

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Cigarette Mainstream Smoke: The Evolution of Methods and Devices for Generation, Exposure and Collection

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A Review of the Uses of Nuclear Radiation in Tobacco and Smoke Research

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Influence of Additives on Cigarette Related Health Risks

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