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The concentrations of heavy metals and the incidence of micronucleated erythrocytes and liver EROD activity in two edible fish from the Paraíba do Sul river basin in Brazil
Vigilância Sanitária em Debate: Sociedade, Ciência & Tecnologia
the Paraíba do Sul river (PSr) basin crosses one of the most populated and industrialized regions of Brazil and receives effluent from the metallurgic, paper mill and agricultural industries. PSr water has multiple uses, including being a supply of potable water and riverine populations which consume some species of its fish. In the present study, we investigated the responses of two biomarkers of aquatic pollution, EroD activity in the liver and micronuclei frequency in peripheral blood, asdoi:10.3395/2317-269x.00278 fatcat:gygtw2lg2fg43hfcaxruqh26by