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Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, Vol.24 No.Supplement March 1974. -

The results of investigations of the distribution and excretion of organic and inorganic mercury compounds in albino rats and white leghorn hens conducted over a period of ten years are surveyed. The storage of mercury in eggs as well as its effects on the egg-lay-frequency and hatchability of the layed eggs have also been studied. All investigated mercury compounds were labelled with the radioactive mercury isotope 203Hg and the mercury level was measured with a scintillation technique. Since antidotes used in the treatment of mercury poisoning influence not only the excretion of mercury, but also its distribution in the body, the effects of nine antidotes on the metabolism of different mercury compounds were also investigated. The results of the survey are presented graphically.



Autor: U. Ulfvarson - ; National Board of Occupational Safety and Health, Stockholm

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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