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Journal of Regulatory Science (Texas A and M University)
The Journal of Regulatory Science (JRS) is an online open-access journal intended for scholars with an interest in regulatory science. The JRS publishes free of charge, peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts, proposed standard evaluations and rapid communications to advance the discipline of regulatory science. The JRS is devoted to the consideration of risk management tools, standards, and practices to improve the protection and compliance of regulated products. It is the mission of the JRS to facilitate an open dialogue among regulatory scientists from the global community. The JRS follows a continuous publication model, which allows for quicker publication of manuscripts, benefitting both contributors and readers. Each year, beginning in January, articles will be published throughout the year, as soon as they go through the usual peer review and production process. At the end of the year, the issue will be closed, and the next year’s issue will begin again the following January.
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Sep 1, 2020 - Risk Assessment of Copper and Molybdenum and Other Minerals in Feed Ingredients and Finished Feeds
Herrman, Timothy J., 2020, "Replication Data for Risk Assessment of Copper and Molybdenum and Other Minerals in Feed Ingredients and Finished Feeds",, Texas Data Repository, V1
This file contains the data used in the paper listed above. The sample data used in the paper was collected by the Office of the Texas State Chemist in the state of Texas from various manufacturers and distributors.
Aug 21, 2020
This is a risk assessment for 6 mineral contaminants and 4 essential minerals. A total of 1466 samples were collected from 18 product categories during 2010 to 2018. The 18 product categories were divided into 11 finished feed (689 samples) categories and 7 feed ingredient catego...
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