Selenium levels in human blood, urine, and hair in response to exposure via drinking water.

@article{Valentine1978SeleniumLI,
  title={Selenium levels in human blood, urine, and hair in response to exposure via drinking water.},
  author={Jimmie L Valentine and H. K. Kang and Glenda Spivey},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={1978},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={347-55}
}
Blood, hair, urine, and tap water samples were obtained from participants in a population exposed to varying amounts of selenium via water from home wells. Concentrations of selenium in urine and hair produced significant positive correlations with well-water selenium levels. Blood selenium with well-water selenium did not produce a significant correlation… CONTINUE READING