Colleen E Bryan

Summary

Affiliation: National Institute of Standards and Technology
Country: USA

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Establishing baseline levels of trace elements in blood and skin of bottlenose dolphins in Sarasota Bay, Florida: implications for non-invasive monitoring
    Colleen E Bryan
    National Institute of Standards and Technology, Hollings Marine Laboratory, 331 Fort Johnson Road, Charleston, South Carolina 29412, United States
    Sci Total Environ 388:325-42. 2007
  2. doi request reprint Influence of mercury and selenium chemistries on the progression of cardiomyopathy in pygmy sperm whales, Kogia breviceps
    Colleen E Bryan
    Analytical Chemistry Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Hollings Marine Laboratory, Charleston, SC 29412, USA
    Chemosphere 89:556-62. 2012

Detail Information

Publications2

  1. ncbi request reprint Establishing baseline levels of trace elements in blood and skin of bottlenose dolphins in Sarasota Bay, Florida: implications for non-invasive monitoring
    Colleen E Bryan
    National Institute of Standards and Technology, Hollings Marine Laboratory, 331 Fort Johnson Road, Charleston, South Carolina 29412, United States
    Sci Total Environ 388:325-42. 2007
    ..The baseline concentrations and trends established in this study will serve as a benchmark for comparison and aid in sampling design for future monitoring of this population and other coastal bottlenose dolphin populations...
  2. doi request reprint Influence of mercury and selenium chemistries on the progression of cardiomyopathy in pygmy sperm whales, Kogia breviceps
    Colleen E Bryan
    Analytical Chemistry Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Hollings Marine Laboratory, Charleston, SC 29412, USA
    Chemosphere 89:556-62. 2012
    ..breviceps. Cardiomyopathy was only observed in adult pygmy sperm whales, predominantly in male animals. Both Hg:Se molar ratios and overall protein oxidation were greater in males than females and increased with progression of CMP...