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Superfund Research Program

The bioavailability of an environmental contaminant is the degree and rate at which the substance is absorbed into living organisms. Misinterpreting a contaminant's bioavailability can affect risk assessments, selection of appropriate remediation strategies, and insights on fate and transport. SRP-funded research has focused on the bioavailability of numerous substances, as it is a critical factor in the decision-making process related to both public health and remediation strategies.

Use the search tools below to find additional information about SRP-funded bioavailability research projects.