Tämä luettelo sisältää julkaisujärjestykessä eri tavoin Drug checking -palveluihin liittyvää kirjallisuutta, kuten tutkimusartikkeilta, toimintaraportteja ja hyvien käytäntöjen oppaita. Päivitämme luetteloa tarpeen mukaan. Lisää Espanjan Energy Controlin työhön liittyviä tutkimusjulkaisuja on löydettävissä Enercy Controlin kansainvälisen palvelun sivuilta.


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