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Gribble, M. O.
Karimi, R.
Feingold, B. J.
Nyland, J. F.
O’Hara, T. M.
Gladyshev, M. I.
Chen, C. Y.
2016-11-11T08:53:55Z
2016-11-11T08:53:55Z
2016-02
Gribble, M. O. Mercury, selenium and fish oils in marine food webs and implications for human health [Текст] / M. O. Gribble, R. Karimi, B. J. Feingold, J. F. Nyland, T. M. O’Hara, M. I. Gladyshev, C. Y. Chen // Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. — 2016. — Т. 96 (№ 1). — С. 43-59
00253154
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/28028
Humans who eat fish are exposed to mixtures of healthful nutrients and harmful contaminants that are influenced by environmental and ecological factors. Marine fisheries are composed of a multitude of species with varying life histories, and harvested in oceans, coastal waters and estuaries where environmental and ecological conditions determine fish exposure to both nutrients and contaminants. Many of these nutrients and contaminants are thought to influence similar health outcomes (i.e., neurological, cardiovascular, immunological systems). Therefore, our understanding of the risks and benefits of consuming seafood require balanced assessments of contaminants and nutrients found in fish and shellfish. In this paper, we review some of the reported benefits of fish consumption with a focus on the potential hazards of mercury exposure, and compare the environmental variability of fish oils, selenium and mercury in fish. A major scientific gap identified is that fish tissue concentrations are rarely measured for both contaminants and nutrients across a range of species and geographic regions. Interpreting the implications of seafood for human health will require a better understanding of these multiple exposures, particularly as environmental conditions in the oceans change.
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-the-marine-biological-association-of-the-united-kingdom/article/mercury-selen
oceans and human health
OHH
mercury
selenium
fish oils
n23 fatty acids
eicosapentaenoic acid
docosahexaenoic acid
ecotoxicology
public health
Mercury, selenium and fish oils in marine food webs and implications for human health
Journal Article
Journal Article Preprint
43-59
34.35.33
2016-11-11T08:53:55Z
10.1017/S0025315415001356
Институт фундаментальной биологии и биотехнологии
Кафедра водных и наземных экосистем
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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Q3


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