Did solder kill Franklins men?

@article{Kowal1990DidSK,
  title={Did solder kill Franklins men?},
  author={Walter Kowal and Owen B. Beattie and Halfdan Baadsgaard and Peter M. Krahn},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1990},
  volume={343},
  pages={319-320}
}
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Lead Levels in Human Tissues from the Franklin Forensic Project
Abstract Elemental analyses of bone samples from members of the 1845 Franklin Arctic Expedition revealed the presence of high levels of lead. Initial studies using inductively coupled plasma atomicExpand