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Volume 77, Number 2, May 1998

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A New Era of Mercury Hazards
pp. 67-67(1)
Authors: Grandjean, P.; Weihe, P.

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Mercury Levels along the Food Chain and Risk for Exposed Populations
pp. 68-72(5)
Authors: Renzoni, A.; Zino, F.; Franchi, E.

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Methylmercury in Fish and Hair Samples from the Balbina Reservoir, Brazilian Amazon
pp. 84-90(7)
Authors: Kehrig, H.A.; Malm, O.; Akagi, H.; Guimaraes, J.R.D.; Torres, J.P.M.

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Mercury Exposure of Maroon Workers in the Small Scale Gold Mining in Suriname
pp. 91-97(7)
Authors: de Kom, J.F.M.; van der Voet, G.B.; de Wolff, F.A.

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Methylmercury Dose Estimation from Umbilical Cord Concentrations in Patients with Minamata Disease
pp. 98-103(6)
Authors: Akagi, H.; Grandjean, P.; Takizawa, Y.; Weihe, P.

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Systemic Transfer of Mercury from Amalgam Fillings before and after Cessation of Emission
pp. 115-123(9)
Authors: Halbach, S.; Kremers, L.; Willruth, H.; Mehl, A.; Welzl, G.; Wack, F.X.; Hickel, R.; Greim, H.

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Uptake of Inorganic Mercury in the Olfactory Bulbs via Olfactory Pathways in Rats
pp. 130-140(11)
Authors: Henriksson, J.; Tjalve, H.

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The Effect of Toxicokinetics on Murine Mercury-Induced Autoimmunity
pp. 141-148(8)
Authors: Hultman, P.; Nielsen, J.B.

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The Present Mercury Contents of Scalp Hair and Clinical Symptoms in Inhabitants of the Minamata Area
pp. 160-164(5)
Authors: Harada, M.; Nakanishi, J.; Konuma, S.; Ohno, K.; Kimura, T.; Yamaguchi, H.; Tsuruta, K.; Kizaki, T.; Ookawara, T.; Ohno, H.

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Cognitive Performance of Children Prenatally Exposed to "Safe" Levels of Methylmercury
pp. 165-172(8)
Authors: Grandjean, P.; Weihe, P.; White, R.F.; debes, F.

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Reversible Color Vision Loss in Occupational Exposure to Metallic Mercury
pp. 173-177(5)
Authors: Cavalleri, A.; Gobba, F.

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