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Mineralogramma

  1. Adaki K., Uno H. - Some metabolic profiles of human hair follicles. Advances in biology of skin. - 1969 Pergamon Press; 008.
  2. Harrison W., et al. - The determination of trace elements in human hair by atomic absorption spectroscopy. Clin Chim Acta - 1969; 0023; 0083-0091.
  3. Hammer D.I., et al. - Hair trace metallevels and environmental exposure. Am J Epidemiol -1971; 0084-0092.
  4. Eads E.D., et al. - A survey of trace metals in human hair. Environ Res -1973; 0006; 0247-0252.
  5. Capel I.D., et al. - Comparison of concentration of some trace, bulk and toxic metals in the hair of normal and dyslexic children. Clin Chem - 1981; 0027; 0879-0881.
  6. Deuster P.A., Trostmann U.H., Bernier L.L., Dolev E. - Magnesium and zinc content of red blood cells: indirect (versus direct) measures. Clin Chem - 1987; 0033; 0529-0532.
  7. Cheng Y.D. - Preliminary study of correlation of Se content in human hair and tissues. J of trace elements in med exp -1988; 001; 0019-0021.
  8. Senofonte O., et al. - Reference values for elements of toxicological, clinical and environmental interest in hair of urban subjects. Ann Ist Super Sanità - 1989; 0025; 003; 0385-0392.
  9. Wilhelm M. et al. - Monitoring of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc status in young children using toenails: comparison with scalp hair. Sci Total Environ - 1991; 193(2-3):199-207.
  10. Folin M., et al. - Trace element determination in humans. The use of blood and hair. Biol Trace Elem Res -1991 ;31 (2): 147 -58.
  11. Shen N. et al. - Relationship between height, collagen metabolism, hair zinc and excessive fluoride intake /art. in cinese/. Hua Hsi l Ko Ta Hsueh Pao - 1992;23(1 ):83-6.
  12. Contiero E., Folin M. - Trace elements nutritional status. Use of hair as a diagnostic tool. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1994;40(2):151-60.
  13. Marriott B.M., et al. - Copper, iron, manganese, and zinc content of hair from two populations of rhesus monkeys. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1996;53(1-3):167-83.
  14. Meng Z. - Age- and sex-related differences in zinc and lead levels in human hair. Biol Trace Elem Res -1998;61 (1 ):79-87.
  15. Taneja S.K., et al. - Assessment of copper and zinc status in hair and urine of young women descendants of NIDDM parents. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1998;62(3):255-64.
  16. Man A.C., et al. - Structural and trace element changes in scalp hair of radiographers. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1998;63(1):11-8.
  17. Chai Z., Feng W., et al. - Correlation of mercury with selenium in human hair at a typical mercury-polluted area in China. Biol Trace Elem Res -1998;63(2):95-104.

Minerali

  1. Fabris N., Mocchegiani E., Muzzioli M., Provinciali M. - The role of zinc in neuroendocrine-immune interactions during aging. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1991; 0621;: 0314-0326.
  2. Cutler R.G. - Human longevity and aging: possible role of reactive oxygen species. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1991; 0621;: 0001-0028.
  3. Chandra R.K. - Excessive intake of zinc impairs immune responses. J Am Med Assoc - 1984; 0252;: 1443-1446.
  4. Bendich A. - Antioxidant micronutrients and immune responses. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587;: 0168-0180.
  5. Meydani S.N. - Micronutrients and immune function in the elderly. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587;: 0196-0207.
  6. Taylor A. - Role of nutrients in delaying cataracts. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1992; 669;: 0111-0124.
  7. Femandes G., Vellkatraman J. - Micronutrient and lipid interactions in cancer. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587;: 0078-0091.
  8. Jacques P.F. - Relationship of vitamin C status to cholesterol and blood pressure. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1992; 0669;: 0205-0214.
  9. Krasinki S.D., Russell R.M., Otradovec C.L., et al. - Plasma retinol, retinolbinding protein, retinyl esters, carotene, tocopherol, and cholesterol among elderly people and young adults. Am J Clin Nutr - 1989; 0049; 0112-0120.
  10. Vetere C. - Il deficit di selenio aggrava quello di iodio. Il Medico d'Italia - 1993; 147:0015.
  11. Aharomi A., Tesler B., Palrieli Y., Tal J., Dori Z., Sharf M. - Hair chromium content ofwomen with gestational diabetes (compared with nondiabetic pregnant women). Am J Clin Nutr - 1992; 0055; 0104-0107.
  12. Meydani M., Evans W., Handelman G., Fielding R.A., Meydani S.N., et al. - Antioxidant response to exercise-induced oxidative stress and protection by vitamin E. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1992; 0669; 0363-0364.
  13. Hambidge K.M., Droegemueller W. - Changes in plasma and hair concentrations of zinc, copper, chromium, and manganese during pregnancy. Obstet Gynecol - 1974; 0044; 0666- 0672.
  14. Bogden J.D., Baker H., Frank O., Perez G., Kemp F., Bruening K. - Micronutrient status and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587; 0189-0195.
  15. Evans P.H., Chapbell A.K., Yano E., Morgan L.G. - Environmental cancer, phagocytic oxidant stress and nutritional interactions. Bibl Nutr Dieta - 1989; 043: 0313-0326.
  16. Keusch G.T. - Micronutrients and susceptibility to infection. Ann N Y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587;: 0181-0188.
  17. McMurray D.N., Bartow R.A., Mintzer C.L., Hernandez-Frontera E. - Micronutrient status and immune function in tubercolosis. Ann N y Acad Sci - 1990; 0587; 0059-0069.
  18. Scrimshaw N.S. - Minerals and immunity: Introduction. Ann N y Acad Sci - 1990;0587;0110-0112.
  19. Regelson W., Franson R. - Phospholipase A2 as a “death trigger” in the aging process. The use of PLA2 inhibitors as antiaging substances. Ann N y Acad Sci - 1991; 0621;: 0262-0276.
  20. Mino M., Okano T., Tamai H. - Leukocyte function generating superoxide and vitamin E. - Ann N y Acad Sci -1990; 0587;: 0307-0308.
  21. Affinito P., Di Carlo C., et al. - A new fluoride preparation for the prevention of postmenopausal osteoporosis: calcium monofluorophosphate. Gynecol Endocrinol - 1993;7(3):201-5.
  22. Meng Z. - Age- and sex-related differences in zinc and lead levels in human hair. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1998; 61(1):79-87.
  23. Gibson P.S., Huddle J.M. - Suboptimal zinc status in pregnant Malawian women: its association with low intakes of poorly available zinc, frequent reproductive cycling, and malaria. Am J Clin Nutr - 1998; 67(4):702-9.
  24. Taneja S.K., Mahajan, et al. - Assessment of copper and zincstatus in hair and urine of young women descendants of NmDM parents. Biol Ttace Elem Res - 1998; 62(3):255-64.
  25. Man A.C., Zheng Y.H., et al. - Structural and trace element changes in scalp hair ofradiographers. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1998; 63(1):11-8.
  26. Chai Z., Feng W., et al. - Correlation of mercury with selenium in human hair at a typical mercury-polluted area in China. Biol Trace Elem Res - 1998; 63(2)95-104.
  27. Sandstead H.H., Penland J.C., et al. - Effects of repletion with zinc and other micronutrients on neuropsychologic performance and growth of Chinese children. Am J Clin Nutr - 1998; 68:470S-475S.
  28. Davidson P.W., Myers G.J., et al. - Effects ofprenatal and postnatal methylmer. cury exposure from tish consumption on neurodevelopment: outcomes at 66 months of age in the Seychelles Child Development Study. JAMA - 1998; 280(8):701-7.
  29. Poucheret P., Verma S., et al. - Vanadium and diabetes. Mol Cell Biochem - 1998; 188(1-2):73-80.
  30. Jackson T.S., Xu A., et al. - Ascorbate prevents the interactions of superoxide and nitric oxide only at very high physiological concentrations. Circ Res - 1998; 83(9):916-22.