Zinc content and distribution in the newborn liver.

@article{Coni1996ZincCA,
  title={Zinc content and distribution in the newborn liver.},
  author={Philippe Coni and A Ravarino and Anna Maria Giulia Farci and Francesco Callea and Peter van Eyken and Raf Sciot and Rossano Ambu and Amerigo Marras and V{\'i}ctor Costa and G Faa and Valeer Julien Desmet},
  journal={Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition},
  year={1996},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={
          125-9
        }
}
The newborn liver is a proven model for the study of liver storage of copper and iron. We analyzed zinc concentration and distribution in the livers of newborns and infants using a systematic tissue-sampling technique. We studied 14 newborns of 26-41 weeks of gestation (WG). One stillborn, and three infants (52-90 days old). At autopsy, a longitudinal liver slice extending from the right to the left lobe was subdivided into 10 samples that were analyzed for zinc concentration by atomic… CONTINUE READING
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