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Preliminary investigation of pollution, impact on milk quality and health risk of potentially toxic elements in raw milk from free-ranging cattle bred in Northwestern Nigeria
International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, January 2023
Aliyu Turaki Usman, Hillary Onyeka Abugu, Chukwuma Obiajulu Benedict Okoye
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