Title: Biological Indicators for the Assessment of Human Exposure to Industrial Chemicals (from Aldrin to Vanadium)
Authors: BONI MirtoROI RenatoBERLIN A.
Publisher: European Commission
Publication Year: 1987
JRC N°: JRC5126
Other Identifiers: EUR 11135 EN
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC5126
Type: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
Abstract: THE BIOLOGICAL MONITORING IS ONE OF THE MOST PROMISING TOOLS FOR PERFORMING AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM OF PREVENTION FROM THE POTENTIALLY TOXIC EFFECTS OF CHE- MICALS IN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT. ITS MOST INTERESTING FEATURE CONSISTS IN THE POSSIBILITY OF PREDICTING TOXICOLOGICAL DISEASES AT A VERY EARLY STAGE BY MEANS OF MEASUREMENT OF INDICATORS OF DOSE AND EFFECTS. FOR INDUSTRIAL CHE- MICALS SUCH AS MERCURY, ALKYL LEAD, DMF AND PERSTICIDES A DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF INDICATORS IS GIVEN. THE LIMITATION AND DIFFI- CULTIES INHERENT BIOLOGICAL MONITORING ARE ANALYZED, INDICATING THE GOAL FOR FURTHER RESEARCH IN THIS FIELD
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