Just Published: Dried blood spots provide insights on mercury exposure and diet

In a recently published study, WERC research faculty Benjamin Barst discusses the use of dried blood spots as tool to assess mercury exposure and potential dietary sources of Arctic Char. 

The paper was published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and is also co-authored by ASIF director Matthew Wooller.

Dried Blood Spot Sampling of Landlocked Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) for Estimating Mercury Exposure and Stable Carbon Isotope Fingerprinting of Essential Amino Acids

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