Selenium status in Greenland Inuit.

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In Greenland, the human intake of selenium has always been relatively high and is closely connected to intake of the traditional food of marine origin. Analyses of historic and present day human and animal hair samples have indicated that the selenium level in the marine environment has been constant over time, while the levels in humans have declined… (More)

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@article{Hansen2004SeleniumSI, title={Selenium status in Greenland Inuit.}, author={Jens Christian Hansen and Bente Deutch and Henning Sloth Pedersen}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2004}, volume={331 1-3}, pages={207-14} }