Additional file 1: of Assessing urinary flow rate, creatinine, osmolality and other hydration adjustment methods for urinary biomonitoring using NHANES arsenic, iodine, lead and cadmium data
datasetposted on 10.06.2016 by Daniel Middleton, Michael Watts, R. Lark, Chris Milne, David Polya
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Supporting R programming script for the numerical derivation of opimum Araki's b values and adjustment of urinary analyte concentrations using the methods described in this paper. (R 8 kb)