Urinary excretion of selenium by New Zealand and North American human subjects on differing intakes.

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Lower renal plasma clearances of selenium (CSe 0.1-0.2 ml min-1), indicating excretion of a smaller proportion of Se presented to the kidneys, were found in New Zealand (NZ) residents with low plasma Se ((Se)p 50-70 ng ml-1) on customary intakes below 30 micrograms d-1 Se. North American subjects consuming 80 micrograms d-1 with (Se)p 120-140 ng ml-1 had… (More)

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