A review of the physiological impact of mercurials
M. Catherine Ferens, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development
For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1974 - Medical - 54 pages
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activity alkyl mercurials amounts of mercury atrophy Berlin and Ullberg34 biochemical blood concentration brain c-mitosis cause cells cellular central nervous system cerebellum changes chromosome concentration of mercury contained cortex damage days after injection decrease different mercurials dimethyl dosage levels dose effects of mercurials Environmental Protection Agency enzymes excretion rate factors gill half-time of excretion hemolysis highest concentration hours after injection ingested inhibition inorganic mercury intravenous injection investigated kidney kidney and liver liver lysosomes membrane Mercurial diuretics mercuric acetate mercuric chloride mercuric ions mercuric nitrate mercuric salt mercury concentration mercury level mercury poisoning mercury uptake metallic methoxyethyl mercury methyl mercury mice microsomes Miettinen mitochondria mucosa muscle neurological symptoms number of sulfhydryl organs oxidation percent percentage phenyl mercury plasma poultry protein protein-bound rats reaction renal resulting route of administration similar studied subcutaneously injected succinate dehydrogenase sulfhydryl groups Swensson and Ulfvarson36 thiols tion tissue tubules uptake was observed vivo Webb Chapt