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Radioactivity in breast milk in central Italy in the aftermath of Chernobyl


, : Radioactivity in breast milk in central Italy in the aftermath of Chernobyl. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 76(3): 530-531

Concentrations of radioactive iodine, 131I, in human milk in the Lazio region of Italy during May to December 1986 ranged from 4.1 +or- 0.4 on 12 May to less than 0.5 Bq/litre on 14 occasions between 26 June and 10 December.


Accession: 001667767

PMID: 3604673

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