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Lead in the Blood of Dogs Living in Variously Contaminated Environment

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The Relationship between Children's Blood Lead Level and Postural Stability

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Impact of vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms on blood lead levels in Thai lead exposed workers

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Biological Monitoring Among Workers Exposed to Inorganic Lead and Its Compounds

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The IEUBK model for lead blood burden prediction in children used in the exploration and remediation of the Upper Meža valley environment

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Lead Toxicity in a Family as a Result of Occupational Exposure

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Low Lead Exposure During Foetal and Early Postnatal Life Impairs Passive Avoidance Learning in Adulthood in Rats

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Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) in Serum in Relation to Blood Lead Concentration and Alcohol Consumption in Men

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Oxidative Stress in Painters Exposed to Low Lead Levels

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Adverse Effects in Workers Exposed to Inorganic Lead

2002;55:72-80. Becker K, Kaus S, Krause C, Lepom P, Schulz C, Seiwert M, Seifert B German Environmental Survey 1998 (GerEs III): environmental pollutants in blood of the German population. Int J Hyg Environ Health 2002;205:297-308. Apostoli P, Baj A, Bavazzano P, Ganzi A, Neri G, Ronchi A, Soleo L, Di LL, Spinelli P, Valente T, Minoia C Blood lead reference values: the results of an Italian polycentric study. Sci Total Environ 2002;287:1-11. Battistuzzi G, Petrucci R, Silvagni L, Urbani

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