Further Reading

Bierer DW (1990) Bismuth subsalicylate: History, chemistry and safety. Reviews of Infectious Disease 12(supplement 1): S3-S8.

Bjomberg KA, Vahter M, Peterson-Grawe K et al. (2003) Methyl mercury and inorganic mercury in Swedish pregnant women and in cord blood: Influence of fish consumption. Environmental Health Perspectives 111: 637-641.

Blumenthal NC, Cosma V, Skyler D et al. (1995) The effect of cadmium on the formation and properties of hydroxyapatite in vitro and its relation to cadmium toxicity in the skeletal system. Calcified Tissue International 56: 316-322.

Burger J, Dixon C, Boring CS et al. (2003) Effect of deep frying fish on risk from mercury. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 66: 817-828.

Jin GB, Inoue S, Urano T et al. (2002) Induction of anti-metallothionein antibody and mercury treatment decreases bone mineral density in mice. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 115: 98-110.

Knowles S, Donaldson WE, and Andrews JK (1998) Changes in fatty acid composition of lipids in birds, rodents, and preschool children exposed to lead. Biological Trace Element Research 61: 113-125.

Kollmeier H, Seeman JW, Rothe G etal. (1990) Age, sex and region adjusted concentrations of chromium and nickel in lung tissue. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 47: 682-687.

Kurata Y, Katsuta O, Hiratsuka H et al. (2001) Intravenous 1-a,25 (OH)2 vitamin D3 (calcitriol) pulse therapy for bone lesions in a murine model of chronic cadmium toxicosis. International Journal of Experimental Pathology 82: 43-53.

Murata K, Weche P, Renzoni A et al. (1999) Delayed evoked potential in children exposed to methylmercury from seafood. Neurotoxicology and Teratology 21: 343-348.

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