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:

Arctic Mercury Cycling May Be Linked to Ice Cover | EVISA's News
Species transformation during speciation analysis | EVISA's News
Link database: Proflux: Processes and fluxes of mercury and methylmercury in a conjtaminated coasta ecosystem (Targus estuary, Portugal)
More nutritious food helps reduce methylmercury in the aquatic food chain | EVISA's News
Toxic Mercury in Aquatic Life Could Spike due to Climate Change | EVISA's News
Natural wetlands contribute significantly to elemental cycling by volatilization | EVISA's News
Dietary mercury exposure: Mercury isotopes can tell the source | EVISA's News
Too many dental amalgam fillings may increase mercury levels | EVISA's News
Sulfur fuels the methylation of mercury | EVISA's News
Prenatal Mercury Exposure Cancels Out Cognitive Benefits of Exercise | EVISA's News
Methylmercury contamination of fish warrants worldwide public warning | EVISA's News
Seabass populations can be differentiated by their Mercury Isotope Distribution | EVISA's News
Chemical speciation analysis for the life sciences | EVISA's News
Determination of methylmercury complexes with low molecular mass thiols | EVISA's News
Natural dissolved organic matter plays dual role in cycling of mercury | EVISA's News
Mercury pollution threatens health worldwide, scientists say | EVISA's News
Toxic Methylmercury-Producing Microbes More Widespread Than Realized | EVISA's News
Methylmercury: What have we learned from Minamata Bay? | 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: The accumulation, distribution, and elimination of dietary arsenobetaine in Atlantic salmon and Atlantic cod,