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This study aimed to investigate the distribution and factors influencing blood levels of Cadmium (Cd), Arsenic (As), and Manganese (Mn), and to determine their reference values in a sample of bloodExpand
Thimerosal (TM) is an ethylmercury (etHg)-containing preservative used in some vaccines despite very limited knowledge on the kinetics and direct interaction/effects in mammals׳ tissues afterExpand
Despite the necessity to differentiate chemical species of mercury in clinical specimens, there are a limited number of methods for this purpose. Then, this paper describes a simple method for theExpand
  • Luís Fernando Amato-Lourenço, Tiana Carla Lopes Moreira, +4 authors Thais Mauad
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Environmental pollution
  • 2016 (First Publication: 1 September 2016)
  • Although urban horticulture provides multiple benefits to society, the extent to which these vegetables are contaminated by the absorption of chemical elements derived from atmospheric deposition isExpand
  • Camila Maione, Vanessa Cristina de Oliveira Souza, +4 authors Rommel M. Barbosa
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Journal of forensic sciences
  • 2017 (First Publication: 1 November 2017)
  • The variations found in the elemental composition in ecstasy samples result in spectral profiles with useful information for data analysis, and cluster analysis of these profiles can help uncoverExpand
  • Airton Cunha Martins, Matheus Gallimberti, Vanessa Cristina de Oliveira Souza, Bruno Rocha, Fernando Barbosa
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
  • 2018 (First Publication: 22 June 2018)
  • In this study, concentration of uranium was determined in urine samples collected from 400 Brazilian children (6–14 years old) from different geographic regions. The mean concentration was 33.2 ng/gExpand