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Callaway, S., and J.W. Blackburn. 1954. A Comparative Assessment of the Vapour Toxicities of GB, GD, GF, T.2132, T.2137, and T.2146 to male and female rats. Porton Technical Paper No. 404, Chemical Defense Establishment, Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, U.K. February 1954. Unclassified report.

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