Ethics in biomonitoring for occupational health.

Abstract

Biological monitoring, i.e., the use of biomarkers for the measurement of systemic human exposure, effects and susceptibility to chemicals has increased considerably in recent years. Biomonitoring techniques, originally limited to a few metals and other chemicals in the workplace, are currently applied to a large number of exposure situations and have… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2014.10.004

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@article{Manno2014EthicsIB, title={Ethics in biomonitoring for occupational health.}, author={Maurizio Manno and Fekry Sito and Luigi Licciardi}, journal={Toxicology letters}, year={2014}, volume={231 2}, pages={111-21} }