Features key areas such as: monitoring strategies for environmental pollutants, research on trace elements in biological systems, exposure assessment of environmental pollutants, the emerging role of environmental specimen banking, and recent developments in biomarkers.
This book is based on the symposium Environmental Biomonitoring and Specimen Banking, held at the 1995 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies in Honolulu, Hawaii . . . The purpose of the book is to present recent developments in monitoring strategies, exposure assessment, bioindicators (or biomarkers) and specimen banking. The term environmental biomonitoring refers to the measurement and identification of pollutants and their metabolites in environmental and biological media. . . . The book is organized into four sections, as follows: monitoring, exposure assessment, bioindicators (biomarkers) and specimen banking. . . . The contents of the book should address to scientists in the fields of analytical chemistry, clinical chemistry, ecology, medicine, and environmental science and health. Also, this book represents a modest beginning of efforts to achieve a comprehensive perspective of the field of environmental biomonitoring.--Cellulose Chemistry and Technology
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