Lead hepatotoxicology

@article{S2012LeadH,
  title={Lead hepatotoxicology},
  author={Isabel S{\'a} and Mjp da Costa and Emanuelle Nunes da Cunha},
  journal={Toxicology and Industrial Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={108 - 113}
}
The increasing use of lead (Pb) for industrial purposes has resulted in the significant increase in environmental contamination of our planet especially in concern to water and food. In this study using the electron scanning microscopy (SEM), the authors showed the effects of this metal as a result of a chronic and cumulative process. As a primary method of detection of Pb in situ, SEM was chosen, coupled with a detection system Noran Voyager of basic microanalysis X-ray (SEM-XRM), with… Expand
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