Mercury: selenium interactions and health implications

@inproceedings{Raymond2009MercurySI,
  title={Mercury: selenium interactions and health implications},
  author={Laura Jean Raymond},
  year={2009}
}
Measuring the amount of mercury present in the environment or food sources may provide an inadequate reflection of the potential for health risks if the protective effects of selenium are not also considered. Selenium's involvement is apparent throughout the mercury cycle, influencing its transport, biogeochemical exposure, bioavailability, toxicological consequences, and remediation. Likewise, numerous studies indicate that selenium, present in many foods (including fish), protects against… CONTINUE READING