QUESTION: Exposure Standard For Inorganic Lead; TWA and Carcinogenicity, 07 Sep 2005, Lagos Nigeria
Our NGO - Health, Environment and Development Foundation is interested in the problem of LEAD in developing countries and would like to collaborate with you. We are putting a post graduate student from the University of Sokoto, Northwest Nigeria to work on "Effects of lead on chromosomes as biomarkers for carcinogenicity." The work will be conducted in Lagos metropolis, (population about 15 million). We need necessary information on the molecular and genotoxicity of lead.
NSWER: 13 Sep 2005
According to your email, I enclose an attachment about carcinogenicity. You can also search the following information which may be useful for you on the web: Exposure Standard For Inorganic Lead; TWA and Carcinogenicity; Author: Salome, Fred. I hope this information is helpful.
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