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“…This Hg is transported via blood to all tissues, distributed in internal compartments (Wiener et al 2003) and, due to its affinity for proteins, accumulated in tissues such as muscles and fur (WHO 1990). Therefore, fur usually has higher concentrations of metals and commonly shows a strong positive correlation with internal tissues (Cumbie 1975;Rashed and Soltan 2005;Brait et al 2009). Fur samples are broadly used as an indicator of Hg bioaccumulation in wild species worldwide (Burton et al 1977;Fonseca et al 2005;Duffy et al 2005;Mora et al 2000).…”
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“…This Hg is transported via blood to all tissues, distributed in internal compartments (Wiener et al 2003) and, due to its affinity for proteins, accumulated in tissues such as muscles and fur (WHO 1990). Therefore, fur usually has higher concentrations of metals and commonly shows a strong positive correlation with internal tissues (Cumbie 1975;Rashed and Soltan 2005;Brait et al 2009). Fur samples are broadly used as an indicator of Hg bioaccumulation in wild species worldwide (Burton et al 1977;Fonseca et al 2005;Duffy et al 2005;Mora et al 2000).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning