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Disease Heavy Metal Poisoning

These are exposure details associated with the disease and all of its children.



1–45 of 45 results.
  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 23 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Mothers of siblings of deceased children blood Lead 55.3 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
2. Rajan P, et al. (2007). Lead 1,075 Veterans blood Lead United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System
3. Caravanos J, et al. (2016). Lead Argentina|Mexico|Uruguay positive correlation Lead Poisoning
4. Rajan P, et al. (2007). Lead 767 Veterans bone Lead United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System
5. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults Lead Senegal positive correlation Death
6. Ferron MM, et al. (2012). Lead 97 Children Lead Brazil positive correlation Lead Poisoning
7. No authors listed. (2013). Lead Study subjects United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning
8. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Children Adults Lead Senegal positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Childhood
9. Dooyema CA, et al. (2012). Lead 44 Children blood Lead Nigeria positive correlation Lead Poisoning
10. No authors listed. (2009). Lead 6 Children fathers' occupations involved lead painl removal blood Lead United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning
11. Palaniappan K, et al. (2011). Lead 814 Children blood Lead India positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Childhood
12. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 50 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 613.9 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
13. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 81 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 32.5 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
14. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Other children, not siblings of deceased children blood Lead 39.8 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
15. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 31 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 98.8 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
16. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults Lead Senegal positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Childhood
17. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Other children, not siblings of deceased children blood Lead 114.3 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
18. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 81 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 101.1 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
19. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 8 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 55.9 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
20. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 8 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 37.7 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
21. Dooyema CA, et al. (2012). Lead 42 Children blood Lead Nigeria positive correlation Lead Poisoning
22. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 32 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Siblings of deceased children blood Lead 345.4 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
23. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 81 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 613.9 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
24. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 31 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 55.5 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
25. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 50 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 39.8 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
26. Cecil KM, et al. (2011). Lead 159 Study subjects Lead childhood lead levels United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System
27. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 50 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning blood Lead 129.5 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
28. No authors listed. (2013). Lead Workers United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning
29. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 18 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Other children, not siblings of deceased children blood Lead 613.9 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
30. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 31 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 32.5 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
31. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 23 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Mothers of siblings of deceased children blood Lead 32.5 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
32. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 8 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Adults blood Lead 81 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
33. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 32 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Siblings of deceased children blood Lead 59.1 micrograms per deciliter minimum Senegal
34. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 32 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Siblings of deceased children blood Lead 138 micrograms per deciliter mean Senegal
35. Haefliger P, et al. (2009). Lead 23 Subjects with disease:Lead Poisoning Mothers of siblings of deceased children blood Lead 98.8 micrograms per deciliter maximum Senegal
36. Rajan P, et al. (2007). Lead 767 Subjects with gene influence:ALAD bone Lead United States positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System
37. Peplow D, et al. (2012). Mercury Study subjects Kawemhakan (Anapayke) community hair Mercury Suriname positive correlation Mercury Poisoning
38. Koirala S, et al. (2015). Mercury 1 Study subjects United States positive correlation Mercury Poisoning
39. Langley R, et al. (2014). Mercury 23 Study subjects United States positive correlation Mercury Poisoning
40. Langley R, et al. (2014). Mercury 23 Workers United States positive correlation Mercury Poisoning
41. Langley R, et al. (2014). Mercury 23 Children United States positive correlation Mercury Poisoning
42. Yokoo EM, et al. (2003). Methylmercury Compounds 129 Study subjects Brazil positive correlation Mercury Poisoning, Nervous System
43. Winnik L, et al. (2004). Tetraethyl Lead 1 Subjects with disease:Hallucinations mother of patient, with hallucinations, agitation, and paranoid behavior serum Lead 508 micrograms per liter mother of patient Poland positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Adult
44. Winnik L, et al. (2004). Tetraethyl Lead 1 Children 15-year old patient, with hallucinations, agitation, and paranoid behavior serum Lead 635 micrograms per liter 15-year old patient Poland positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Adult
45. Winnik L, et al. (2004). Tetraethyl Lead 1 Subjects with disease:Hallucinations 15-year old patient, with hallucinations, agitation, and paranoid behavior serum Lead 635 micrograms per liter 15-year old patient Poland positive correlation Lead Poisoning, Nervous System, Adult
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