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Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A is now published as Food Additives and Contaminants.

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 31, Number 8, 3 August 2014

Assessment of dietary phytoestrogen intake via plant-derived foods in China
pp. 1325-1335(11)
Authors: Hu; Song; Gao; Nie; Eisenbrand; Xie

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A harmonised approach for identifying core foods for total diet studies
pp. 1336-1346(11)
Authors: Devlin; McNulty; Turrini; Tlustos; Hearty; Volatier; Kelleher; Nugent

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Identifying core foods for total diet studies: a comparison of four different approaches
pp. 1347-1357(11)
Authors: Devlin; McNulty; Turrini; Tlustos; Hearty; Volatier; Kelleher; Nugent

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Arsenic speciation in rice-based food for adults with celiac disease
pp. 1358-1366(9)
Authors: Munera-Picazo; Burló; Carbonell-Barrachina

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Distribution of semduramicin in hen eggs and tissues after administration of cross-contaminated feed
pp. 1393-1398(6)
Authors: Olejnik; Szprengier-Juszkiewicz; Jedziniak

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Response of hydroponically grown head lettuce on residual monomer from polyacrylamide
pp. 1399-1405(7)
Authors: Mroczek; Konieczny; Kleiber; Waśkiewicz

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Food contact substances and chemicals of concern: a comparison of inventories
pp. 1438-1450(13)
Authors: Geueke; Wagner; Muncke

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