Gestational mercury vapor exposure and diet contribute to mercury accumulation in neonatal rats
Morgan, DL., Price, HC., Fernando, R., Chanda, SM., O'Connor, RW., Barone, SS., Herr, DW., & Beliles, RP. (2006). Gestational mercury vapor exposure and diet contribute to mercury accumulation in neonatal rats. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114(5), 735-739.
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