Edible Clays Offer Global Solutions for Exposure to Hazardous Contaminants
NIEHS grantees develop edible clays that bind to pesticides, aflatoxin, and other hazards in the gut to reduce exposure and protect health globally, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.
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- April 2020: Edible Clays Offer Global Solutions for Exposure to Hazardous Contaminants
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