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Estimation of available dietary iron.
- E. Monsen, L. Hallberg, +4 authors C. Finch
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The American journal of clinical nutrition
Dietary iron requirements are dependent on the amount and availability of food iron ingested. On the basis of recent studies of food iron absorption employing extrinsic tag techniques, the… Expand
Neutrophil kinetics in man.
- J. Dancey, K. Deubelbeiss, L. Harker, C. Finch
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 September 1976
A method has been developed for measuring neutrophil cellularity in normal human bone marrow, in which the neutrophil-erythroid ratio was determined from marrow sections and marrow normoblasts were… Expand
A clinical evaluation of serum ferritin as an index of iron stores.
Abstract Measurements of serum ferritin were correlated with other hematologic laboratory indexes in 250 hospitalized subjects with anemia or disorders in iron metabolism. A geometric mean value of...
Body iron excretion in man: a collaborative study.
- R. Green, R. Charlton, +5 authors M. Layrisse
- The American journal of medicine
- 1 September 1968
Abstract A collaborative study was undertaken in an attempt to document obligatory iron losses in adult male subjects, using a variety of isotopic and chemical methods. Total body excretion was… Expand
Intact transferrin receptors in human plasma and their relation to erythropoiesis.
Intact transferrin receptor molecules complexed with transferrin were found in human plasma. The concentration of receptors was determined by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay that uses polyclonal… Expand
Assessing iron status of a population.
Reliable methods for assessing the iron status of a population are essential for developing effective public health measures to combat iron deficiency. The hemoglobin concentration, transferrin… Expand
The physiology of transferrin and transferrin receptors.
Perspectives in iron metabolism.
IN early times the earth had a reducing atmosphere, and an abundance of ferrous iron was present for incorporation into biologic molecules.1 Later, with an increase in atmospheric oxygen, iron… Expand