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Volatilization of mercury has been observed from various biological media (tissue homogenates, infusion broth, plasma, urine) containing mercuric chloride. That micro-organisms were responsible was indicated by the finding that the rates of volatilization were highly variable, that a latent period often preceded volatilization, that toluene inhibited the(More)
Male Fischer or Porton-Wistar rats were exposed for 4 h to different atmospheric concentrations of CCl4 or were given increasing oral doses, of CCl4 in order to estimate isotoxic exposures or doses. Animals were killed 20 h after treatment, their serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase activities were measured and their livers were processed for histological(More)
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