Effect of dietary nickel and iron on the trace element content of rat liver

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The level and/or form of dietary iron, dietary nickel, and the interaction between them affected the trace element content of rat liver. Livers were from the offspring of dams fed diets containing 10–16 ng, or 20 μg, of nickel/g. Dietary iron was supplied as ferric chloride (30 μg/g) or ferric sulfate (30 μg, or 60 μg). In nickel-deprived rats fed 60 μg of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02778835

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@article{Nielsen1979EffectOD, title={Effect of dietary nickel and iron on the trace element content of rat liver}, author={Farnborough Nielsen and Terry R Shuler}, journal={Biological Trace Element Research}, year={1979}, volume={1}, pages={337-346} }