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by Ananda Prasad

eBook Trace Elements and Iron in Human Metabolism (Topics in Hematology) epub
  • ISBN: 0306311429
  • Author: Ananda Prasad
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 1, 1978)
  • Pages: 392 pages
  • ePUB size: 1820 kb
  • FB2 size 1884 kb
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His coverage of the subject is broad. Because ofthe importance of iron, in addition to "trace" elements, in human metabolism and nutrition, a chapter dealing with iron has been included. Maxwell M. Wintrobe, .

Part of the Topics in Hematology book series (TOHE). His coverage of the subject is broad. vii PREFACE It has been known for several decades that many elements are present in living tissues, but it was not possible to measure their precise concentra­ tions until recently. They were therefore referred to as occurring in "trace" amounts, and this practice led to the use of the term "trace elements.

Each year, it becomes more apparent that trace elements play an important role in human metabolism

Prasad, who has been interested in this field for many years, has undertaken the enormous task of bringing our knowledge. Each year, it becomes more apparent that trace elements play an important role in human metabolism. The concept is no longer new. The literature on the subject is voluminous. Dr. Prasad, who has been interested in this field for many years, has undertaken the enormous task of bringing our knowledge together in a comprehensive fashion. This monograph should prove very informative and extremely useful to everyone who is concemed with human disease and with the maintenance of good health.

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Because ofthe importance of iron, in addition to "trace" elements, in human metabolism and nutrition, a chapter dealing with iron has been included. They were therefore referred to as occurring in "trace" amounts, and this practice led to the use of the term "trace elements

Science topics: Medicine. Iron is an essential element for virtually all organisms Background and purpose: Iron metabolism was found to be implicated in Breast Cancer (BC).

Science topics: Medicine. Iron Metabolism - Science topic. Iron is an essential element for virtually all organisms. On the one hand, it facilitates cell proliferation and growth. On the other hand, iron may be detrimental due to its redox abilities, thereby contributing to free radical formation, which in turn may provoke oxidative stress and DNA damage. Background and purpose: Iron metabolism was found to be implicated in Breast Cancer (BC). Although dietary iron showed inconsistencies regarding its possible associations with BC risk, its source might be important.

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Each year, it becomes more apparent that trace elements play an important role in human metabolism. The concept is no longer new. The literature on the subject is voluminous. Dr. Prasad, who has been interested in this field for many years, has undertaken the enormous task of bringing our knowledge together in a comprehensive fashion. This monograph should prove very informative and extremely useful to everyone who is concemed with human disease and with the maintenance of good health. His coverage of the subject is broad. Because ofthe importance of iron, in addition to "trace" elements, in human metabolism and nutrition, a chapter dealing with iron has been included. Maxwell M. Wintrobe, M.D. vii PREFACE It has been known for several decades that many elements are present in living tissues, but it was not possible to measure their precise concentra­ tions until recently. They were therefore referred to as occurring in "trace" amounts, and this practice led to the use of the term "trace elements." Although techniques now available are such that virtually alI trace elements can be determined with reasonable accuracy, the designation "trace ele­ ments" remains in popular usage.
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