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Toxicity of organic and inorganic mercury species in differentiated human neurons and human astrocytes

Toxicity of organic and inorganic mercury species in differentiated human neurons and human astrocytes


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LOHREN, Hanna, Lara BLAGOJEVIC, Romy FITKAU, Franziska EBERT, Stefan SCHILDKNECHT, Marcel LEIST, Tanja SCHWERDTLE, 2015. Toxicity of organic and inorganic mercury species in differentiated human neurons and human astrocytes. In: Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. 32, pp. 200-208. ISSN 0946-672X. eISSN 1878-3252. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.jtemb.2015.06.008

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