ethylmercury

C2H5Hg+. Ethylmercury is a cation that forms organic mercury compounds such as ethylmercury chloride and ethylmercury urea. Thimerosal is also an ethylmercury salt: sodium ethylmercuric thiosalicylate. The term 'ethylmercury' is sometimes used as a generic term to describe ethylmercury compounds.



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New findings about Thimerosal Neurotoxicity | EVISA's News
Huge field experiment for assessing human ethylmercury risk starting in october | EVISA's News
Global policy on the use of mercury as a preservative in vaccine called discriminatory | EVISA's News
Pediatricians Argue to Keep Thimerosal in Some Vaccines | EVISA's News
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New Study Finds: Thimerosal Induces Autism-like Neurotoxicity | EVISA's News
Vaccine ingredient causes brain damage; some nutrients prevent it | EVISA's News
World Health Organization Fails In Its Effort To Defend Mercury In Vaccines Before United Nations | EVISA's News
New study finds relationship between organic mercury exposure from Thimerosal-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders | EVISA's News
New mercury transporting protein in human blood identified | EVISA's News
New certified reference material supporting mercury speciation analysis of blood | EVISA's News
UNEP Global Mercury Treaty May Include Ban on Mercury in Medicine | EVISA's News
WHO worries mercury treaty could affect costs and availability of vaccines | EVISA's News
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Efficiency of some papillomavirus vaccines is reduced in the presence of thimerosal | EVISA's News
Mercury Containing Preservative Alters Immune Function | EVISA's News
Thimerosal and Autism: CDC Manipulation of Vaccine Data Reported in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons | EVISA's News
New insights about interaction of thimerosal with blood components | EVISA's News
Thiomersal in influenza vaccine: more than just an adjuvant | EVISA's News
New study investigates the interaction of thimerosal with proteins | EVISA's News