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The urinary mercury levels of 49 dental students have been examined in a longitudinal study for one year. The correlation of the measured values with the number of amalgam fillings, age, sex, smoking habits, and nutrition was assessed. The urinary mercury levels did not correlate with sex and smoking habits, but there was a correlation with the number of(More)
Factors affecting the persistence, dissemination of GEM's and their gene transfer to indigenous microorganisms are important in assessing potential risks posed by environmental release of GEM's. Risk assessment should essentially contain case studies of the extent and ways of release, GEM stability and gene transfer under laboratory and in situ-conditions.(More)
It was the goal of this study performed in two subsequent technical courses of operative dentistry to find out if the first "professional" contact of dental students with amalgam resulted in a increased mercury excretion. At six different points in time urine analyses using (flame-free) cold vapor nuclear absorption spectroscopy were performed. At the first(More)
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