Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research

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Contaminations of heavy metals in the environment can be transferred through food chain. This study showed that concentrations of seven investigated heavy metals in duck eggs were highly correlated to their concentrations found in environment matrices. The sum of target hazard quotients indicated that heavy metals can pose human health risk via the consumption of contaminated duck eggs.
See the article by Kanjana Imsilp et al. on page 21.

Volume 68 Number 1    (2020-02 issued)


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