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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).
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Microbes found commonly in sediments that transform inorganic mercury into organic methylmercury as a by-product of their metabolism.
The term "sulfate-reducing bacteria" was found in the following pages:
Mercury contaminated freshwater fish from the NE United States: Where comes the mercury from ? | EVISA's News
Sulfur fuels the methylation of mercury | EVISA's News
Thiolation of trimethylantimony: A new cornerstone of the biogeochemistry of antimony | EVISA's News
Man made mercury pollution is reaching even deep ocean organisms | EVISA's News
Toxic Methylmercury-Producing Microbes More Widespread Than Realized | EVISA's News
Natural dissolved organic matter plays dual role in cycling of mercury | EVISA's News
Researchers found new sulfur-containing metabolites in the urine of rats exposed to arsenite | EVISA's News
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6th International Caparica Christmas Conference on Sample Treatment 2023
2024 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry
Tucson, Arizona, USA
International Conference 2024: (Micro-nano) Plastics in Soil
Utrecht, The Netherlands
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EVISA's Internet Portal: More than 20 Years of Service - More than 20 Million Visitors
Isotopic measurements and speciation analysis
Nanoparticles - a target for speciation analysis
New certified reference materials for the quality control of arsenic speciation in food products and biota
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