Endogenous toxins: Targets for disease treatment and prevention, edited by Peter J. O'Brien and W. Robert Bruce, takes an interdisciplinary approach to examining endogenous toxins and their possible implications for diseases. O'Brien and Bruce sought to provide a broad perspective of the implications of exposure to endogenous toxins and possible prevention methods by collecting chapters from researchers from different fields with varying focuses and topics of interest.
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Published online: September 14, 2010
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