Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art

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Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art. / Jacquet, Paul; Derradji, Hanane; Baatout, Sarah; Benotmane, Rafi; Cardis, Elisabeth; Palme, Marten; Wertelecki, Wladimir; Thomas, Geraldine; Bouffler, Simon; Thierens, Hubert.

0 ed. SCK CEN, 2011. 23 p. (SCK•CEN Reports; No. BA-41).

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Harvard

Jacquet, P, Derradji, H, Baatout, S, Benotmane, R, Cardis, E, Palme, M, Wertelecki, W, Thomas, G, Bouffler, S & Thierens, H 2011, Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art. SCK•CEN Reports, no. BA-41, vol. 23, 0 edn, SCK CEN.

APA

Jacquet, P., Derradji, H., Baatout, S., Benotmane, R., Cardis, E., Palme, M., ... Thierens, H. (2011). Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art. (0 ed.) (SCK•CEN Reports; No. BA-41). SCK CEN.

Vancouver

Jacquet P, Derradji H, Baatout S, Benotmane R, Cardis E, Palme M et al. Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art. 0 ed. SCK CEN, 2011. 23 p. (SCK•CEN Reports; BA-41).

Author

Jacquet, Paul ; Derradji, Hanane ; Baatout, Sarah ; Benotmane, Rafi ; Cardis, Elisabeth ; Palme, Marten ; Wertelecki, Wladimir ; Thomas, Geraldine ; Bouffler, Simon ; Thierens, Hubert. / Health Impact of Pre-and Post-natal Irradiation: State of the art. 0 ed. SCK CEN, 2011. 23 p. (SCK•CEN Reports; BA-41).

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