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Is it safe to eat sushi? - Health - Diet and nutrition ...

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Is it safe to eat sushi? nutrition columnist Elisa Zied, ... Too much methylmercury in the bloodstream can damage the developing nervous system in fetuses, ...

Toxic mercury in seas tied to algae, air - US news ...

When the team graphed their results, they saw that methylmercury levels were highest at a depth where oxygen was being depleted the fastest. In this zone ...

Great Salt Lake mercury worries scientists - Technology ...

"We thought we would find some high levels of methylmercury," said David Naftz, the USGS research hydrologist who is heading the Great Salt Lake project, ...

Century of Mercury Pollution Revealed in Albatross ...

They looked at a variety of chemical indicators in the feathers, including methylmercury and inorganic mercury, which, in the past, ...

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Methylmercury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Updated July. 29, 2014

Methylmercury (sometimes methyl mercury) is an organometallic cation with the formula [CH 3 Hg] +. It is a bioaccumulative environmental toxicant. Contents 1 ...

Methylmercury Definition Page - USGS

Updated July. 27, 2014

Methylmercury Definitions. Methylmercury - "CH 3 Hg +, organic form of mercury and the form of mercury that is most easily bioaccumulated in organisms; a neurotoxin."

Methylmercury poisoning: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Methylmercury poisoning is brain and nervous system damage from the chemical methylmercury. Causes Methylmercury is a type of mercury ("quicksilver"), a ...

Mercury in the Environment - USGS

Updated July. 28, 2014

Toxic Effects. The toxic effects of mercury depend on its chemical form and the route of exposure. Methylmercury [CH 3 Hg] is the most toxic form.