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Implementation of mercury biomonitoring in German adults using dried blood spot sampling in combination with direct mercury analysis

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Schweizer, Ann-Kathrin ; Kabesch, Michael ; Quartucci, Caroline ; Bose-O’Reilly, Stephan ; Rakete, Stefan
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Venous blood is a preferred matrix for the determination of total mercury (Hg) in human biomonitoring but has some drawbacks such as the requirement for an uninterrupted cold chain for transport and storage and the need of medical personnel for sample collection. Therefore, we tested and implemented a simpler and less expensive method for measuring Hg in human blood using dried blood spots (DBS). ...


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