methylation

Addition of a methyl group to a molecule or atom, either by a microbial activity (biomethylation) or by purely chemical reaction (abiotic methylation).



The term "methylation" was found in the following pages:

New certified reference material supporting mercury speciation analysis of blood | EVISA's News
New insights on arsenic cycling | EVISA's News
Mercury pollution in the Great Lakes region -- nearly forgotten, but not gone | EVISA's News
High levels of mercury found in mountain lions linked to coastal fog | EVISA's News
Tin and mercury content and speciation in red wine from different countries | EVISA's News
Prenatal Mercury Exposure Cancels Out Cognitive Benefits of Exercise | EVISA's News
Methylmercury: What have we learned from Minamata Bay? | EVISA's News
Link database: Princeton University: Mercury Cycling and Methylation
Factors Affecting Methylmercury Accumulation in the Food Chain | EVISA's News
EVISA Workshop on: Mercury speciation analysis - The basis for sound risk assessment, and optimized remediation strategies for contaminated soils, sediments and sludge | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Mercury contaminated freshwater fish from the NE United States: Where comes the mercury from ? | EVISA's News
Most Canadians having dental amalgam in their mouth are exposed to mercury at levels surpassing the reference exposure level (REL) | EVISA's News
Link database: Proflux: Processes and fluxes of mercury and methylmercury in a conjtaminated coasta ecosystem (Targus estuary, Portugal)
Natural wetlands contribute significantly to elemental cycling by volatilization | EVISA's News
Directory of scientists: Holger Hintelmann
New research results suggest that mercury hotspots in the northeastern US are home made | EVISA's News
Mercury isotope ratio measurements of methylmercury in fish | EVISA's News
Elemental speciation is going commercial | EVISA's News
Too many dental amalgam fillings may increase blood mercury levels | EVISA's News
Gut bacteria transform inorganic arsenate leading to more toxic arsenic species | EVISA's News