Comparison of neurobehavioral and biochemical effects in rats exposed to dusts from copper smelter plant at different locations.

Abstract

Mixed exposure to metals (including arsenic and lead) associated with the neurological and respiratory effects constitute one of the major health problems of copper smelting. Chemical composition of the dust, and the expected health effect of inhalation can be very diverse at different parts of the smelter plant. The aims of this study were to compare lung… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10934529.2013.773198

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@article{Halatek2013ComparisonON, title={Comparison of neurobehavioral and biochemical effects in rats exposed to dusts from copper smelter plant at different locations.}, author={Tadeusz Halatek and Piotr Lutz and Jan Stetkiewicz and Aleksander Krajnow and Edyta Wieczorek and Radoslaw Swiercz and Maria Szymczak and Wojciech Wąsowicz}, journal={Journal of environmental science and health. Part A, Toxic/hazardous substances & environmental engineering}, year={2013}, volume={48 9}, pages={1000-11} }