Hair Analysis | Sources

1. Detection and Analysis of 12 Heavy Metals in Blood and Hair Sample from a General Population of Pearl River Delta Area (2014)

2. Screening heavy metals levels in hair of sanitation workers by X-ray fluorescence analysis. (2013)

3. Use of scalp hair as indicator of human exposure to heavy metals in an electronic waste recycling area. (2009)

4. Determination of Select Trace Elements in Hair of College Students in Jinzhou, China (2011)

5. Scalp hair analysis as a tool in assessing human exposure to heavy metals (S. Domingos mine, Portugal) (2004)

6. Evaluation of Toxic Elements in Scalp Hair Samples of Myocardial Infarction Patients at Different Stages as Related to Controls (2010)

7. Estimation of autistic children by metallomics analysis (2013)

8. Metallomics study using hair mineral analysis and multiple logistic regression analysis: relationship between cancer and minerals (2009)

9. Level of trace elements (copper, zinc, magnesium and selenium) and toxic elements (lead and mercury) in the hair and nail of children with autism. (2011)

10. Hair trace element analysis in human ecology studies (1995)

11. Relationships of hair mineral concentrations with insulin resistance in metabolic syndrome. (2014)

12. Hair analysis in clinical and experimental medicine. (1987)

13. Trace element analysis in hair: factors determining accuracy, precision, and reliability. (2001)

14. Hair analysis in health assessment (2013)

15. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Volume 5 1st Edition (1991)

16. Hair analysis as a biomonitor for toxicology, disease and health status. (2011)

17. Elemental anomalies in hair as indicators of endocrinologic pathologies and deficiencies in calcium and bone metabolism. (2001)

18. Zinc, manganese, calcium, copper, and cadmium level in scalp hair samples of schizophrenic patients. (2009)

19. Nutrient Intakes and Hair Mineral Contents of Young Children. (2016)

20. Maternal and neonatal scalp hair concentrations of zinc, copper, cadmium, and lead: relationship to some lifestyle factors. (2005)

21. Mercury and selenium concentrations in maternal and neonatal scalp hair: relationship to amalgam-based dental treatment received during pregnancy. (2001)

22. Statistical resolutions for large variabilities in hair mineral analysis (2018)

23. Biomonitoring of arsenic, cadmium, lead, manganese and mercury in urine and hair of children living near mining and industrial areas. (2015)

24. Health Risk Assessment of Trace Metals in Various Environmental Media, Crops and Human Hair from a Mining Affected Area (2017)

25. Use of human hair as a biomarker in the assessment of exposure to pollutants in occupational and environmental settings (1995)