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Transfer of methyl mercuric chloride and phenyl mercuric acetate through placenta and milk to newborn mice



Transfer of methyl mercuric chloride and phenyl mercuric acetate through placenta and milk to newborn mice



Journal of Radiation Research 15(1): 36



18-day pregnant mice were injected via the tail vein with 203Hg-labelled methyl mercuric chloride (MMC) and phenyl mercuric acetate (PMA). The amount of the MMC dose transferred via the dams' milk to suckling mice reached a peak of 0.17% at day 14 post partum, and gradually decreased to 0.11% by day 35. About 0.1% of the PMA dose was transferred via the milk from day 7 to 10 post partum; by day 35 this had decreased to 0.02%.

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