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Gwendolyn R. Hogan - bibliography

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Biography

US paediatrical neurologist.

Bibliography

  • G. R. Hogan:
    Selenate- and Selenomethionine-Induced Leukopenia in ICR Female Mice.
    Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Washington: Part A, Volume 53, Issue 2, January 23, 1998: 113-120
  • Audas, G.R. Hogan and H. Razniak:
    Incubation temperature as a modifying factor on survival of Tenebrio molitor reared in selenium-containing media.
    Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Washington, 1995. 44(1):115-122.
  • A Hayes, W., Peter D. Unger, L. Stoloff, M. W. Truckess, G. R. Hogan, N. J. Ryan, B. W. Wray:
    Occurrence of aflatoxin in hypoallergenic milk substitutes.
    Journal of Food Protection, Des Moines, Iowa 1978, 41: 974-976.
  • N. J. Ryan, G. R. Hogan, A. W. Hayes, Peter D. Unger, and M. Y. Siraj
    Aflatoxin B1: Its role in the etiology of Reye's Syndrome.
    Pediatrics, Evanston, Illinois,1979, 64: 71-77.
  • M. Y. Siraj, A. W. Hayes, Peter D. Unger, G. R. Hogan, N. J. Ryan and B. W. Wray:
    Analysis of aflatoxin B1 in human tissues with high-pressure liquid chromatography.
    Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, New York, 1981, 58: 422-430.

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