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Korea, South

Jeong J. 2013. Empowerment of medical toxicology in South Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Medical Toxicology. 12(2):161.

Lee J.H., et al. 2013. Bibliometric analysis of the Journal of the Korean Society of Clinical Toxicology. Journal of the Korean Society of Clinical Toxicology. 11(2):96-100.

Paek D. and Park D.Y. 2006. The development and regulation of occupational exposure limits in Korea. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology. 46(2):126-30.

Paik N.W. 1990. Industrial hygiene in Korea. Journal of Human Ergology. (Tokyo). 19(2):129-44.

Paik N.W. 2008. Industrial hygiene in a newly industrialized country—South Korea. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Hygiene. 5(1):d1-6.

Park J. and Kim Y. 1998. The history of occupational health service in Korea. Industrial Health. 36(4):393-401.

Latin America

Albores A., et al. 2000. Structural improvement of higher education in environmental toxicology in Latin America and Europe. Toxicology letters. 111(3):203-211.

Bloomfield J.J. 1953. Industrial hygiene in Latin America. AMA Archives of Industrial Hygiene & Occupational Medicine. 8(1):25-35.

Carriquiriborde P. and Bainy A.C. 2012. Environmental toxicology and chemistry in Latin America. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 31(5):931-4.

de Fernicola N.A. 1988. Joint toxicology network at the Latin American regional level. Biomedicine & Environmental Sciences. 1(4):431-4.

de Nava C.C. and Maffey L. 1986. Genetic toxicology perspectives in Latin America. Progress in Clinical & Biological Research. 209B:301-5.

Leal M.E., et al. 2011. [Community clinical toxicology]. Ciênc Saúde Coletiva. 16(8):3503-3508.

Michaels D., et al.1985. Economic development and occupational health in Latin America: New directions for public health in less developed countries. AJPH. 75:536–42.

Moll A.A. 1934. Physicians in public Life, especially in Latin America. Bulletin of the History of Medicine. 2: 231.

Rojas M. 2005. Latin America’s present and future challenges in toxicology education. Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology. 207(S2):722-7.

Libya

Saleh R. and Kamour A. 2014. Letter to the editor: Toxicology services in Libya: The present and the future. Libyan Journal of Medicine. 9(1):1-2.

Luxembourg

Wennig R. 1983. [History of toxicology in Luxembourg]. Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Medicales du Grand-Duche de Luxembourg. 121(2):39-52. French.

Wennig R. 2004. [25 years of toxicology in Luxembourg, contributions by the National Health Laboratory]. Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Medicales du Grand-Duche de Luxembourg. 2:159-172.

Macedonia

Simonovska N., et al. 2011. Program of the University Clinic of Toxicology, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia in treatment of drug addiction (Buprenorfin Treatment Protocol). Materia Socio-medica. 23(4):232.

Malaysia

Zyoud S.H., et al. 2014. A bibliometric analysis of research productivity of Malaysian publications in leading toxicology journals during a 10-year period (2003–2012). Human & Experimental Toxicology. 33(12):1284-93.

Mexico

Anonymous.  1968. [Development of an industrial hygiene program in Mexico]. Salud Publica Mex. 10(5):681-3. Spanish.

Franco R. and Muñoz B. 2011. Challenges and opportunities for toxicology in Mexico. Toxicological Mechanisms & Methods 21(9):635-6.

Froines J.R., et al. 1999. Approaches to addressing occupational and environmental health needs in Mexico. International Journal of Occupational & Environmental Health. 5:208–212.

Montoya Cabrera M.A. 2000. La toxicología clínica en México durante el siglo XX. Perspectivas para el nuevo milenio. Rev. Méd. 38(1):27-29. Spanish.

Muñoz B. and Albores A. 2011. Occupational toxicology in Mexico: status and the potential use of molecular studies to evaluate chemical exposure. Toxicological Mechanisms & Methods. 21(9):637-48.

Sánchez-Román F.R., et al. 2006. Occupational health in Mexico. International Journal of Occupational & Environmental Health. 12:346–354.

Middle East

Forouzandeh H. and Jalali A. 2014. A bibliometric study of toxicological research output (1996-2012) of the middle east region. Annual Research & Review in Biology. 4(24):4471.

Netherlands  

Groenewegen P. 2002. Accommodating science to external demands: the emergence of Dutch toxicology. Science Technology & Human Values. 27(4):479-498. 

Health Council of the Netherlands. 1993. Ecotoxicological risk assessment and policy-making in the Netherlands—dealing with uncertainties. Network. 6(3):8-11.

Koeman J.H. and Strik J.J. 1981. Environmental toxicology, its history and future with special attention to situation in the Netherlands. Veterinary Quarterly. 3(4):196-9.

New Zealand

Davidson J.M. 1946. Industrial hygiene in New Zealand. Industrial Medicine & Surgery. 15:226-30.

Goulding R. 1983. Toxicology—whither now? New Zealand Medical Journal. 96(731):343-5.

Weaver S. 2003. Policy implications of 1080 toxicology in New Zealand. Journal of Rural & Remote Environmental Health. 2(2):46-59.

Nigeria

Oyesola D. 2014. Toxicology and sustainable development discourse: challenges for toxicologists in Nigeria. Archives of Basic & Applied Medicine. 2(1):1-8.

Nordic Countries

Schou J.S. 1996. Cooperation of Nordic pharmacological and toxicological societies: history and future perspectives. Pharmacology & Toxicology. 78(6):361-3.

Norway

Langård S. and Wannag A. 1995. Occupational and environmental medicine in Norway. International Archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 67(4):219-24.

Natvig H. 1954. [Industrial hygiene in Norway: development, results, future goals]. Nord Hyg Tidskr 5-6: 93-107.

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