Use of an in vitro digestion method to estimate human bioaccessibility of Cd in vegetables grown in smelter-impacted soils: the influence of cooking

@article{Pelfrne2015UseOA,
  title={Use of an in vitro digestion method to estimate human bioaccessibility of Cd in vegetables grown in smelter-impacted soils: the influence of cooking},
  author={Aur{\'e}lie Pelfr{\^e}ne and Christophe Waterlot and Annie Guerin and Nicolas Proix and Antoine Richard and Francis Douay},
  journal={Environmental Geochemistry and Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={37},
  pages={767-778}
}
  • Aurélie Pelfrêne, Christophe Waterlot, +3 authors Francis Douay
  • Published in Environmental Geochemistry and Health 2015
  • DOI:10.1007/s10653-015-9684-1
Metal contamination of urban soils and homegrown vegetables has caused major concern. Some studies showed that cadmium (Cd) was among the most significant hazards in kitchen garden soils and prolonged exposure to this metal could cause deleterious health effects in humans. In general, most risk assessment procedures are based on total concentrations of metals in vegetables. The present study assesses human bioaccessibility of Cd in vegetables cultivated in smelter-impacted kitchen garden soils… CONTINUE READING

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