In both of these studies, bone lead concentrations indicated a threefold higher body burden
of lead compared with unexposed controls, but no indicators of early tubular or glomerular damage were increased.
marinus infection prevalences approached 90-100% among oysters at the 2 downriver sites, even during the first year, and were generally high in late summer each year, oyster body burdens
of pathogen cells increased slowly throughout the study, with means reaching lethal levels of [10.
Martin appeared in a full-page ad announcing the body burden
report that ran in the New York Times in January.
This gives physicians more accurate reference ranges when testing patients for body burden
Our data suggest that this second mechanism is predominant in determining U-Cd when the Cd body burden
is very low.
In addition, total parasite body burden
was calculated as the sum of all quantified parasites; that is, all parasites not evaluated using a semiquantitative scale.
nelsoni infections were not detected) by the time series of body burden
and mortality (Fig.
Human exposure to PBDEs: associations of PBDE body burdens
with food consumption and house dust concentrations.
Infection prevalence, mean sample body burden
, mean infected body burden
, and oyster size were the disease-condition cofactors.
, sponsored by the Oregon Toxics Alliance, challenges the notion that getting cancer is a result of personal lifestyle choices, focusing instead on "the enormous burden of toxicity" carried in all bodies.
As such, the Hemopurifier(TM) seeks to reduce the body burden
of infectious virus and related toxins, thus increasing the likelihood that a patient's own immune response can overcome infection.
As women age, they have an increasing body burden
of at least these three neurotoxins, and are likely continue to accumulate these neurotoxins beyond reproductive age.
Earlier work by these authors indicated that worms' body burden
of metals was inversely associated with the metal content of the vermicompost they produced.
Total parasite body burden
concentrations were also measured at the end of in vivo infections.
The average American's body burden
of ultra-hazardous dioxin, for example, is already at levels known to impair development in laboratory animals.