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The articles published in Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology have been cited 450 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology.

 
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Park M, Park MH (2016) Implementing Effective Monitoring Sites for Emerging Contaminants from the Assessment of Their Critical Areas: Comparative Studies of Multiple Watersheds in the United States. Journal of Environmental Engineering 142: 04016035.

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Mohamed B, Jean-Yves M, Pierre M, Hélène B, Aleya L,(2017) Assessment of Lemna minor (duckweed) and Corbicula fluminea (freshwater clam) as potential indicators of contaminated aquatic ecosystems: responses to presence of psychoactive drug mixtures. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 31: 1-3.

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Daouk S, Fleury-Souverain S, Daali Y (2015) Development of an LC-MS/MS Method for the Assessment of Selected Active Pharmaceuticals and Metabolites in Wastewaters of a Swiss University Hospital. CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry 69: 684-689.

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Inyang IR, Akio K, Izah SC (2016) Effect of dimethoate on some selected metabolites in the brain, liver and muscle of Clarias lazera. Sky Journal of Biochemistry Research 5:63-68.

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Babayemi JO. Overview of Levels of Organochlorine Pesticides in Surface Water and Food Items in Nigeria.

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Shinggu DY, Maitera ON, Barminas JT. Determinatiion of Organochlorine Pesticides Residue in Fish, Water and Sediment in Lake Geriyo Adamawa State Nigeria.

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Singh S, Bhutia D, Sarkar S, Rai BK, Pal J,et al.(2015) Analyses of pesticide residues in water, sediment and fish tissue from river Deomoni flowing through the tea gardens of Terai Region of West Bengal, India. Int. J. Fish. Aquatic Stud 3: 17-23.

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