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Phytase and alkaline phosphatase activities in intestinal mucosae of rat, chicken, calf, and man.
Abstract Phytate hydrolysis (phytase ( meso -inositol-hexaphosphate phosphohydrolase, EC activity was demonstrated in the extracts of the mucosae of the small intestine of the rat, chicken,Expand
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Effects of purified phytate and phytate-rich bread upon metabolism of zinc, calcium, phosphorus, and nitrogen in man.
Abstract Three young men were given approximately 2·5 g. of phytic acid daily, first as purified sodium phytate together with leavened flat wheat bread for 28 days, then for 32 days as tanok, theExpand
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High phytate content of rural Iranian bread: a possible cause of human zinc deficiency.
  • J. Reinhold
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of clinical nutrition
  • 1 October 1971
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Zinc deficiency in man. The Shiraz experiment.
Abstract Zinc deficiency associated with nutritional dwarfism was reported from Egypt in 1963. The conclusions drawn from that study were based on biochemical changes in zinc metabolism plus zincExpand
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Decreased absorption of calcium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus by humans due to increased fiber and phosphorus consumption as wheat bread.
During a 20 day period of high fiber consumption in the form of bread made partly from wheaten wholemeal, two men developed negative balances of calcium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus due toExpand
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Zinc supplementation of malnourished schoolboys in Iran: increased growth and other effects.
The effects of zinc, 40 mg daily, given as zinc carbonate, in combination with a supplement of egg-white protein (10 g daily), corn oil, minerals, and vitamins to fulfill many requirements, wereExpand
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Binding of zinc and iron to wheat bread, wheat bran, and their components.
Wholemeal wheat bread decreases the availability and intestinal absorption of divalent metals. To define this action further, binding of zinc in vitro to a wheat wholemeal bread (Tanok), dephytinizedExpand
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Fiber of the maize tortilla.
Fiber concentrations were measured in maize tortillas and in masa, the lime-treated dough from which they are made, with the aid of Van Soest's methods. Neutral detergent fiber of tortillas was 6.60Expand
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Trace elements--a selective survey.
  • J. Reinhold
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinical chemistry
  • 1 April 1975
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