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Follow-up of Children Overexposed to Lead*
The purpose of this study is to assess the nature and magnitude of the deleterious health effects of subclinical over-exposure to lead in children. The study stems from concerns about the impact onExpand
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Cadmium toxicity in planktonic organisms of a freshwater food web.
Abstract The effects of cadmium chloride on population growth of two species of green algae were determined in 168-hour bioassays, and six additional freshwater species were studied using 96-hour LCExpand
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N-nitroso compounds: evidence for their presence in airborne particles.
Chemical, infrared, and thermal energy analyses have provided evidence for the presence of the N-nitroso functional group in extracts of airborne particles. The total molar N-nitroso concentrationsExpand
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Single-chip CMOS image sensors for a retina implant system
This work describes the architecture and realization of microelectronic components for a retina-implant system that will provide visual sensations to patients suffering from photoreceptorExpand
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A CMOS image sensor with local brightness adaptation and high intrascene dynamic range
An integrated CMOS image sensor with 128×128 pixels and local brightness adaptation suitable for machine vision and surveillance applications has been developed and successfully tested. LocalExpand
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The distribution of lead and zinc in the human skeleton.
  • C. Strehlow, T. Kneip
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association journal
  • 1 July 1969
Abstract An atomic absorption method developed for determination of trace metals has been in a study of the distribution of lead and zinc in over forty samples of bone from a single skeleton. TheExpand
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Seasonal variations in the bacterial mutagenicity of airborne particulate organic matter in New York City.
Seasonal composites of three fractions of particulate organic matter collected from New York City air were tested for direct-acting (no microsomal activation) bacterial mutagenicity by using the AmesExpand
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Cadmium-binding proteins from blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) environmentally exposed to cadmium.
Two heat-stable (90/sup 0/C) cadmium-binding proteins were isolated from the hepatopancreas of Hudson River blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) by Sephadex G-75 gel filtration chromatography. TheseExpand
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