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Project Title: Potential for Increased Bioavailability of Mercury in Selenium Contaminated Sites


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Grant ID Number:RD - 83084101-1
EPA Region:EPA HQAAShip:ORD - Office of Research and Development
Division/Office:ORDLab/Office:
CFDA:66.509Media:
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Recipient Name: University of California Riverside
City:Recipient Type:State Institution of Higher Learning
State:CACong District:43
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Award Date:12/29/2004Cum Award:$199,802
Project Start:03/01/2003Project End:02/28/2006

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Potential for Increased Bioavailability of Mercury in Selenium Contaminated Sites
FDP- To test the hypothesis that selenium buffers the effects of mercury. thereby allowing insects to attain higher levels of mercury in their systems before the manifestation of effects.




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Project Officer Nora Savage 703-347-8104
Grant Specialist Connie Miles 202-564-5314

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