Heavy Metals in Marine Mammals. Das et al 2003 & O’Hara et al 2003. MM Context. Long lived – ? bowheads >100y Predators Bioaccumulators Epizootics in relatively polluted regions such as Baltic, N. Sea and Med. Possibly associated with immunosuppression. Problems.
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Nakata et al 2002 Environmental PollutionVolume 120, Issue 2 , December 2002, Pages 245-253
Fig. 2. Proliferation response of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) in two bottlenose dolphins following the treatment with non-ortho coplanar PCB congeners and butyltins. #: P<0.01.
Fig. 5. Proliferation response of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) in bottlenose dolphins following the treatment with the mixture of butyltins and non-ortho coplanar PCB congeners and butyltins. #: P<0.01.
Elevated accumulation of tributyltin and its breakdown products in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) found stranded along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts
? Immunosupression enhanced morbillivirus die- offs
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