Evaluation of the Human Health Risk of Wild Edible Mush-rooms Consumption from Batak Mountain, Bulgaria

  • Miroslava Teneva Ivanova Department of Informatics and Mathematics, Trakia University, 6000 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
  • Lilko Dospatliev Department of Pharmacology, Animal Physiology and Physiological Chemistry, Trakia University, 6000 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
  • Denitsa Grigorova Department of Probability, Operations Research and Statistics, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", 1164 Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Penko Papazov Department of Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry, University of Food Technology, 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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Published
2020-07-30
How to Cite
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Ivanova M, Dospatliev L, Grigorova D, Papazov P. Evaluation of the Human Health Risk of Wild Edible Mush-rooms Consumption from Batak Mountain, Bulgaria. Iran J Public Health. 49(8):1573-1575.
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Letter to the Editor