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Bromine in blood, EEG and transaminases in methyl bromide workers.
  1. M M Verberk,
  2. T Rooyakkers-Beemster,
  3. M de Vlieger,
  4. A G van Vliet


    In 33 methyl bromide users, slight electroencephalographic changes (in 10 subjects) and a small increase in serum transaminases were found which could be related to bromine concentration in blood. No relationship was found with subjective symptoms, general neurological examination or the results of serum protein electrophoresis.

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