How to Spot the ‘Fake CBD’ That’s Flooding The Market

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Hwa-Young Lee,#1 Seung-Wook Kim,#2 Geum-Hwa Lee,1 Min-Kyung Choi,1 Han-Wool Jung,1 Young-Jun Kim,3 Ho-Jeong Kwon,4 and Han-Jung Chaecorresponding author1

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