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Impact of Occupational Exposure to Elemental Mercury on Some Antioxidative Enzymes Among Dental Staff by Aisha Mohamed Samir.


Results: Compared to the control group, urinary and blood mercury were significantly higher in the exposed group. Glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase activities in blood were significantly decreased and were negatively correlated with duration of work.

Research Study.


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