R-E-S-P-E-C-T: You Tell 'Em, Aretha!
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2004 January; 378(1): 5-6
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Sidel, Victor W.; Anastos, Katy; Dohrn, Jennifer; Escalera, Nitza Milagros; Holland, Peter; Kleinman, Sylvia; Law, Sylvia; O'Sullivan, Jack; Padgug, Robert; Rivera, Dennis; Roberts, Dorothy; Weitzman, Beth (1994)