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2011Fish consumption and risk of contamination by mercury - Considerations on the definition of edible parts based on the case study of European sea bassMieiro, C. L.; Pacheco, M.; Duarte, A. C.; Pereira, M. E.articlerestrictedAccess
2011Metallothioneins failed to reflect mercury external levels of exposure and bioaccumulation in marine fish - Considerations on tissue and species specific responsesMieiro, C. L.; Bervoets, L.; Joosen, S.; Blust, R.; Duarte, A. C.; Pereira, M. E.; Pacheco, M.articlerestrictedAccess
Aug-2008Mercury mobility in a salt marsh colonised by Halimione portulacoidesValega, M.; Lillebo, A. I.; Caçador, I.; Pereira, M. E.; Duarte, A. C.; Pardal, M. A.articlerestrictedAccess
2012Salt marsh macrophyte Phragmites australis strategies assessment for its dominance in mercury-contaminated coastal lagoon (Ria de Aveiro, Portugal)Anjum, N. A.; Ahmad, I.; Valega, M.; Pacheco, M.; Figueira, E.; Duarte, A. C.; Pereira, E.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Scrobicularia plana (Mollusca, Bivalvia) as a biomonitor for mercury contamination in Portuguese estuariesCoelho, J. P.; Duarte, A. C.; Pardal, M. A.; Pereira, M. E.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Temporal characterization of mercury accumulation at different trophic levels and implications for metal biomagnification along a coastal food webCardoso, P. G.; Pereira, E.; Duarte, A. C.; Azeiteiro, U. M.articlerestrictedAccess
2014Total mercury and selenium concentrations in Sarpa salpa and Balistes capriscus and in their respective Digenean endoparasites Robphildollfusium fractum and Neoapocreadium chabaudi from TunisiaTorres, Jordi; Kacem, Hichem; Eira, Catarina; Neifar, Lassad; Miquel, JordiarticleopenAccess
2015Ruditapes philippinarum and Ruditapes decussatus under Hg environmental contaminationVelez, Cátia; Galvão, Petrus; Longo, Renan; Malm, Olaf; Soares, Amadeu M. V. M.; Figueira, Etelvina; Freitas, RosaarticlerestrictedAccess
2012Mercury contaminated systems under recovery can represent an increased risk to seafood human consumers: A paradox depicted in bivalves' body burdensAhmad, I.; Coelho, J. P.; Mohmood, I.; Anjum, N. A.; Pacheco, M.; Santos, M. A.; Duarte, A. C.; Pereira, E.articlerestrictedAccess
2015Rescheduling the process of nanoparticle removal used for water mercury remediation can increase the risk to aquatic organism: evidence of innate immune functions modulation in European eel (Anguilla anguilla L.)Costa, Leonor C.; Mohmood, Iram; Trindade, Tito; Saleem, Mohammad; Duarte, Armando C.; Pereira, Eduarda; Ahmad, IqbalarticlerestrictedAccess
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