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DYER, N.C., BRILL, A.B., GLASSER, S.R. and GOSS, D.A. (1969). “Maternal-fetal transport and distribution of 59fe and 131-i in humans,” Am J Obstet Gynecol. 103, 290-6.
DYER, N.C. and BRILL, A.B. (1972). “Maternal-fetal transport of iron and iodine in human subjects,” Adv Exp Med Biol. 27, 351-66.
DYER, N.C., BRILL, A.B., RAYE, J., GUTBERLET, R. and STAHLMAN, M. (1973). “Maternal-fetal exchange of 59 fe: Radiation dosimetry and biokinetics in human and sheep studies,” Radiat Res. 53, 488-95.
DYER, N.C., BRILL, A.B., TSIANTOS, A.K., SELL, E., VICTORIN, L.H. and STAHLMAN, M.T. (1973). “Timing of intracranial bleeding in newborn infants,” J Nucl Med. 14, 807-11.
MANSOUR, M.M., DYER, N.C., HOFFMAN, L.H., SCHULERT, A.R. and BRILL, A.B. (1973). “Maternal-fetal transfer of organic and inorganic mercury via placenta and milk,” Environ Res. 6, 479-84.
MANSOUR, M.M., DYER, N.C., HOFFMAN, L.H., DAVIES, J. and BRILL, A.B. (1974). “Placental transfer of mercuric nitrate and methyl mercury in the rat,” Am J Obstet Gynecol. 119, 557-62.

Brill, A.B., Page, D., Dyer, N., and Baglan, R.:  Neutron activation analysis and atomic absorption analysis of 18 elements in relation to a study of trace elements in cardiovascular diseases. IAEA‑157. Trace Elements in Relation to Cardiovascular
Diseases. Technical Report published by IAEA, Vienna, 1973.

Dyer, N.C., Brill, A.B., and Lyon, W.S.  Biomedical Studies Using Nuclear Activation Techniques.  Isotopes and Radiation, Activation Analysis in Biology, Medicine, and Nutrition.  Transactions of the American Nuclear Society 1975 Annual Meeting June 9‑13, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Dyer, N.C., and Brill, A.B.:  Fetal radiation dose from maternally administered Fe‑59 and I‑131, in Radiation Biology of the Fetal and Juvenile Mammal, Dec. 1969, p. 73‑88.

Brill, A.B., Patton J, Johnston RE, Dyer N, Baglan RJ, Erickson J, Rofes R. Evaluation of Ge(Li) Detectors for Radioisotope Scanning and Activation-Analysis Studies. Chapter 8, In Semiconductor Detectors in the future of nuclear medicine. SNM Press. 1971.

Lubozynski, M.F., Baglan, R.J., Dyer, N.C., and Brill, A.B.:  Sensitivity of x‑ray fluorescence for trace element determinations in biological tissues. Int’l J. Appl. Rad & Isotopes 23: 487‑491, 1972.

Dyer, N.C., and Brill, A.B.:  Use of the stable tracers Fe‑58 and Cr‑50 for the study of iron utilization in pregnant women. Nuclear Activation Techniques in the Life Sciences. IAEA, pp. 469‑477, 1972.

Dyer, N.C., Brill, A.B., Raye, J., Gutberlet, R., and Stahlman, M.: Maternal‑fetal exchange of Fe‑59:  Radiation dosimetry and biokinetics in human and sheep studies. Radiol Res 53: 488‑495, 1973.

Dyer, N.C., Brill, A.B., Tsiantos, A.K., Sell, E., Victorin, L.H., and Stahlman, M.T.: Timing of intracranial bleeding in newborn infants. J. Nucl. Med. 14: 807‑811, 1973.

Mansour, M.M., Dyer, N.C., Hoffman, L., Schulert, A.R., and Brill, A.B.: Maternal‑fetal transfer of organic and inorganic mercury via placenta and milk. Environ. Res. 6: 479‑484, 1973.

Mansour, M.M., Dyer, N.C., Hoffman, L.H., Davies, J., and Brill, A.B.: Placental Transfer of Mercuric Nitrate and Methyl Mercury in the Rat. Amer. J. of Obst. & Gyn. 119: 557‑562, 1974.

Baglan, R.J., Brill, A.B., Schulert, D., Larsen, W.K., Dyer, N., Mansour, M., Schaffner, W., Hoffman, L., and Davies, J.:  Utility of placental tissue as an indicator of trace element exposure to adult and fetus. Environ. Res. 8:  64‑70, 1974.

Tsiantos, A., Victorin, L., Relier, J.P., Dyer, N., Sundell, H., Brill, A.B., and Stahlman, M.:  Intracranial hemorrhage in the prematurely born infant. J. Pediatrics 85 (6): 854‑859, Dec. 1974.

 

 

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