# 2005 British Occupational Hygiene Society Published by Oxford University Press doi:10.1093/annhyg/meh098 Survey of the Biological Effects of Refractory Ceramic Fibres: Overload and Its Possible Consequences (2005)

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by R. C. Brown , B. Bellmann , H. Muhle , J. M. G. Davis , L. D. Maxim

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