How knowledge of the gastrointestinal absorption of elements could be used to predict transfer to milk

@inproceedings{Howard2016HowKO,
  title={How knowledge of the gastrointestinal absorption of elements could be used to predict transfer to milk},
  author={Brenda J. Howard and Claire Wells and Catherine L. Barnett and Steve C. Sheppard},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
The quality and quantity of data used to derive transfer parameter values for milk are variable and there are many data gaps for elements/radionuclides which may need to be considered for risk assessment of the agricultural foodchain. There has been a recent focus on critically evaluating current methods to fill data gaps and on identifying extrapolation methods to derive suitable values for the elements, and particularly radioisotopes, with no or sparse data. The relationship between… CONTINUE READING
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