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Biomarkers, matrices and analytical methods targeting human exposure to chemicals selected for a European human biomonitoring initiative.
Blood lead levels in a representative sample of the Spanish adult population: the BIOAMBIENT.ES project
Challenges to Evidence Synthesis and Identification of Data Gaps in Human Biomonitoring.
DEMOCOPHES España y su contribución a la armonización de la biovigilancia humana en Europa
Dielectric Characterization Of The Yeast Cell Budding Cycle
Economic benefits of methylmercury exposure control in Europe: Monetary value of neurotoxicity prevention
Economic benefits of methylmercury exposure control in Europe: monetary value of neurotoxicity prevention
Environmental health surveillance in a future European health information system
First steps toward harmonized human biomonitoring in Europe: demonstration project to perform human biomonitoring on a European scale
Fish consumption patterns and hair mercury levels in children and their mothers in 17 EU countries
Human biomonitoring in health risk assessment in Europe: Current practices and recommendations for the future.
Impact of human-associated Escherichia coli clonal groups in Antarctic pinnipeds: presence of ST73, ST95, ST141 and ST131
Interlaboratory comparison investigations (ICI) and external quality assurance schemes (EQUAS) for cadmium in urine and blood: Results from the HBM4EU project.
Learning from previous work and finding synergies in the domains of public and environmental health: EU-funded projects BRIDGE Health and HBM4EU.
Malaria Household Knowledge and Behavior in Equatorial Guinea: Lessons to Be Learned
Mercury exposure in Ireland: results of the DEMOCOPHES human biomonitoring study
Mercury levels in blood, urine and hair in a nation-wide sample of Spanish adults
Métodos indirectos para la estimación de poblaciones ocultas: Segunda parte.
Non-invasive matrices in human biomonitoring: a review
Organochlorinated pesticides levels in a representative sample of the Spanish adult population: The Bioambient.es project