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  • International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals (TEMA) 12 – Scientific Developments 2–104. 
  • NOVEL APPLICATIONS AND PROGRESS INTO THE 21st CENTURY
    M. Bonham, E.M. Duffy, L.B. McAnena, J.J. Strain  1.

    ZINC TRANSPORTER EXPRESSION AND THE HYPOZINCEMIA OF INFLAMMATION AND INFECTION
    R.J. Cousins, J.P. Liuzzi, L.A. Lichten  2.

    PALEOLITHIC DIETS– EVOLUTIONARY ASPECTSOF DIETARY TRACE ELEMENTS
    S. Lindeberg  2.

    NUTRIGENOMICSASA TOOL FOR UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTSOF MINERAL SUPPLEMENTATION ON ANIMAL HEALTH AND METABOLISM
    K.A. Dawson, R.F. Power  3.

    TRANSCRIPTOMICS: THE USE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIESTO COMPLEMENT TRADITIONAL APPROACHES
    R.M. Elliott  3.

    TRANSCRIPTOMICSIN THE LIGHT OF GENOMICS: WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE DON’T KNOW
    S. Downes 4.

    KNOCKOUT OF THE SELENOPROTEINSPHOSPHOLIPID HYDROPEROXIDE GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE, CYTOSOLIC THIOREDOXIN REDUCTASE, AND MITOCHONDRIAL THIOREDOXIN REDUCTASE REVEAL IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONS
    M. Brielmeier, M. Conrad, C. Jakupoglu1, M. Schneider, G.W. Bornkamm, J. Schmidt  4.

    METALLOTHIONEIN/ZINC CHANGESAND BIRTH DEFECTSIN MICE FOLLOWING ENDOTOXIN, ALCOHOL AND DEXAMETHASONE TREAMENT IN EARLY PREGNANCY.
    A.M. Rofe, J. Chua, B. Summers, L.C. Carey, P. Coyle  5.

    DOUBLE KNOCKOUT OF CU, ZN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE (SOD1) AND SELENIUM-DEPENDENT GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE-1 (GPX1) PROTECTSAGAINST ACETAMINOPHEN TOXICITY
    Xin Gen Lei, J.P. McClung, Xiaomei Zhang, Weipeng Mu, Jianhong Zhu, C.A. Roneker  5.

    BIOLOGICAL ROLESOF SELENOPROTEINSFOR BRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION. NOVEL AND UNEXPECTED FINDINGSUSING TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODELS
    U. Schweizer, F. Streckfuß, S. Bharathi, M. Michaelis, C. Riese, J. Köhrle, L. Schomburg, L. Tessarollo, B.A. Carlson, D.L. Hatfield  6.

    DO SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISMSIN SELENOPROTEIN GENESAFFECT THE RISKOF PROSTATE CANCER?
    M. Rayman, I. Vishnubhatla, M. Cooper, H.-O. Adami, K. Bälter, H. Grönberg, F. Green  6.

    USE OF STABLE ISOTOPESAND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING TO INVESTIGATE HUMAN MINERAL METABOLISM
    J.R. Dainty, L.J. Harvey, B. Teucher, M.A. Roe, S.J. Fairweather-Tait.  7.

    DECIPHERING THE IRON ISOTOPE MESSAGE OF THE HUMAN BODY
    T. Walczyk, F. von Blanckenburg, R. Schoenberg, P. Krayenbühl, G. Schulthess  7.

    URINARY SELENIUM METABOLITES, SELENOSUGAR AND TRIMETHYLSELENONIUM
    K.T. Suzuki, K. Kurasaki, L. Somekawa, N. Suzuki  8.

    LONG-TERM MODERATE ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION INCREASESEXCHANGEABLE ZINC POOL MASSESIN LATE MIDDLE-AGED SUBJECTS: THE ZENITH STUDY
    C. Feillet-Coudray, N. Meunier, M. Rambeau, M. Brandolini-Bunlon, J.C. Tressol, M. Andriollo, A. Mazur, K.D. Cashman, C. Coudray  8.

    APPLICATION OF SATURATION KINETIC MODELING IN EVALUATION OF RELATIONSHIPSBETWEEN QUANTITIESOF INGESTED AND ABSORBED ZINC
    K.M. Hambidge, L.V. Miller, J. Westcott, D. López de Romaña, M. Mazariegos, N.F. Krebs  9.

    COPPER TURNOVER AND RETENTION IN HUMANSWITH INCREASING COPPER INTAKE
    J.R. Turnlund, W.R. Keyes, J.M. Domek  9.

    MATERNAL IRON DEFICIENCY DURING PREGNANCY INDUCESSYNDROME XIN THE OFFSPRING IN RATS
    H.J. McArdle, H.S. Andersen, L. Gambling  9-10.

    EFFECTSOF DIETARY ZINC AVAILABILITY ON PLACENTAL ZINC TRANSPORT IN THE MOUSE, AND ITSPOTENTIAL IMPLICATIONSFOR THE FOETUS
    D. Ford, S.R. Phillips, R.M. Russi, J.C. Mathers  10.

    DIETARY SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION IN LAYER-TYPE CHICKENS: EFFECTSON SE CONTENT OF EGGS, FERTILITY AND EMBRYO SURVIVAL
    J.P. Brillard, C. Brèque, G. Bertin  10.

    SUPPLEMENTATION OF AVIAN MATERNAL NUTRITION WITH ORGANO-SELENIUM COMPOUNDSAND POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDSAFFECTSTHE EMBRYONIC MORTALITY DURING INCUBATION
    A.C. Pappas, T. Acamovic, N.H.C. Sparks, P.F. Surai, R.M. McDevitt  11.

    DIETARY ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION LIMITSENDOTOXIN-INDUCED TERATOGENICITY IN MICE
    J.S.C. Chua, A.M. Rofe, P. Coyle  11.

    AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF A COHORT OF PRIMIPAROUSWOMEN OF HIGH SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUSAND THEIR PREGNANCY OUTCOMES
    S. Mutuma, B. Sampson, P. Amuna, I. Tewfik  12.

    METABOLOMICSIN HUMAN NUTRITION
    M.J. Gibney  12.

    APPLICATION OF NMRAND MASSSPECTROMETRY BASED METABOLOMICSTO BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
    J.L. Griffin  13.

    IDENTIFICATION OF A SINGLE PROMOTER CONTROLLING EXPRESSION OF THE ZN TRANSPORTERS HZTL1 AND ZNT5
    K.A. Jackson, J.C. Mathers, D. Ford  13.

    TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF GOLGI-DIRECTED ZINC EFFLUX TRANSPORTERSBY ZINC DEFICIENCY
    S. Devergnas, F. Chimienti, M. Seve, A. Favier  14.

    CHROMIUM-L-METHIONINE LOWERSFASTING PLASMA NONESTERIFIED FATTY ACID (NEFA) CONCENTRATIONSIN GROWING PIGS
    B. Kegley, C.J. Rapp, T.L. Ward, T.M. Fakler  14.

    EXCRETION OF A SELENOSUGAR IN HUMAN URINE AFTER INGESTION OF SELENITE OR SELENOMETHIONINE
    K.A. Francesconi, D. Kuehnelt, N. Kienzl, P. Traar, T. Ochi  15.

    SELENOPROTEINSAND THE HUMAN SELENIUM REQUIREMENT
    R.F. Burk, K.E. Hill, Y. Xia  15.

    APROTEOMIC PATH TO TRACE ELEMENT FUNCTION
    J.H. Beattie, In-Sook Kwun  16.

    HFEGENETIC POLYMORPHISMS: INFLUENCE ON IRON STATUSAND MODULATION OF DISEASE RISK
    R.J. Wood  16.

    MOLECULAR STUDIESOF SELENOPROTEIN GENES: FROM PRIORITISATION TO INDIVIDUAL VARIATION
    J. Hesketh  17.

    HEPCIDIN DECREASESFERROPORTIN (FPN1) PROTEIN LEVELSAND NONHEME IRON RELEASE FROM J774 MOUSE MACROPHAGESAFTER ERYTHROPHAGOCYTOSIS
    L. Koss, M. Knutson  17.

    GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR ACTIVITY ISREGULATED BY METALLOTHIONEIN IN MOUSE FIBROBLASTSAND THYMOCYTES
    J. Koropatnick, F. Notta, F. Haq  18.

    CYTOKINE EXPRESSION AND SELENIUM STATUSIN RESPONSE TO SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION IN ADULT SUBJECTS
    S.A. Dillon, D.Y. Downham, C.S. Broome, J.R. Arthur, F. McArdle, M.J. Jackson  18.

    MUTATION ANALYSISIN THE ATP7B GENE OF WILSON DISEASE PATIENTSAND CORRELATION WITH THEIR PHENOTYPESSUGGEST POTENTIAL ROLE OF OTHER MODIFIER LOCIIN THE DISEASE
    A. Gupta, D. Aikath, R. Neogi, S. Datta, S.K. Das, P.K. Gangopadhyay, K. Ray  19.

    ELEMENT ANALYTICAL METHODS: USEFUL AIDESAND ESSENTIAL PARTNERSIN TRACE ELEMENT AND METALLOPROTEIN RESEARCH
    D. Behne, D. Alber, M. Kuehbacher, C. Wolf, A. Plotnikov, A. Kyriakopoulos  19.

    ISOTOPE DILUTION ICP-MS AND ICP-MS HYPHENATED TECHNIQUESASAN ACCURATE AND SENSITIVE TOOL FOR TRACE ELEMENT AND METALLOPROTEIN ANALYSIS
    K.G. Heumann, J. Bettmer, S.F. Boulyga, V.Loreti, P. Klemens  20.

    USE OF MALTOL AND CLOSE ANALOGUESTO EITHER IMPROVE ABSORPTION OR SPEED EGRESSOF TRACE METAL IONS. LESSONSFROM CELLULAR, ANIMAL MODEL AND HUMAN STUDIES
    K.H. Thompson, C. Barta, J.H. McNeill, C. Orvig  20.

    OBSERVATION OF STRUCTURAL CHANGE OF METALLOTHIONEIN ISOFORMSUSING CAPILLARY ZONE ELECTROPHORESIS
    Takeshi Minami, Masaki Shinohara, Sayaka Mori, Kanenobu Kubo, Atushi Taga  21.

    AVALID HPLCMETHOD FOR PHYTATE AND ITSAPPLICATION TO ZINC DEFICIENCY DIAGNOSIS
    D. Oberleas, B.F. Harland  21.

    SPECIATION OF SELENIUM IN YEAST AND GARLIC IN RELATION TO CANCER PREVENTION
    E.H. Larsen 21-22.

    CO-EXISTING MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIESIN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: IMPLICATIONSFOR INTERVENTION PROGRAMMES
    R.S. Gibson  22.

    THYROID FUNCTION AND SELENIUM DEFICIENCY IN HUMANS: A REVIEW
    J.B. Vanderpas 22-23.

    TOLERABLE UPPER INTAKE LEVELSOF TRACE ELEMENTS– RECENT ADVANCES
    A. Flynn  23.

    MERCURY: AN ELEMENT OF MYSTERY
    T. Clarkson  23.

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BASELINE SELENIUM, ALPHA AND GAMMA TOCOPHEROL, AND THE EFFECT OF SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON CANCER INCIDENCE
    M.E. Reid, G.F. Combs, A.J. Duffield-Lillico, R. Natarajan, M.P. Rayman, J.K. Lodge, L.C. Clark, J. Marshall  24.

    INCREASED THYROID VOLUME IN CHILDREN WITH HIGH DIETARY IODINE INTAKE
    M.B. Zimmermann, Y. Ito, S.Y. Hess, K. Fujieda, L. Molinari  24-25.

    EFFECT OF ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE IMMUNE FUNCTION OF HEALTHY OLDER INDIVIDUALSAGED 55-70 YEARS: THE ZENITH STUDY
    C.F. Hodkinson, V.C. Jewell, M. Kelly, C. Coudray, J.M. O’Connor, J.J. Strain, J.M.W. Wallace  25.

    ULTRA-TRACE ELEMENTS(UTES) MAY NEED TO BE REGULATED IN INFANT FORMULA PREPARATIONS
    J.K. Friel  25.

    SELENOPROTEOME
    V.N. Gladyshev   26.

    SEARCHING FOR BIOMARKERSOF EARLY EFFECTSOF COPPER EXPOSURE IN HUMANS
    M. Araya, M. Olivares, F. Pizarro, M. Méndez, M. Arredondo, M. González, R. Uauy  26.

    EFFECTSOF ELEVATED DIETARY ZINC ON NOVEL BIOMARKERSOF COPPER STATUSAND REGULATION OF INTESTINAL ZINC TRANSPORTERS
    M.R. L’Abbé, J. Bertinato, M. Iskandar, E. Swist  27.

    BUCCAL CELLSASA SOURCE OF MARKERSFOR ANALYSISOF MICRONUTRIENT STATUS
    M.L. Ackland, A. Michalczyk, G. Varigos, L. Smith  27.

    CERULOPLASMIN. AN INDICATOR OF COPPER STATUSIN “NORMAL” POPULATION?
    M. Araya, M. Arredondo, M. Olivares, F. Pizarro, M. Méndez, R. Uauy  28.

    INFLUENCE OF THE INTERACTIONSBETWEEN DIETARY ZINC INTAKESAND CHRONIC CADMIUM EXPOSURE ON THE EXPRESSION OF METALLOTHIONEIN, NRAMP2 AND ZNT-1 EXPRESSION IN RATS
    R.B. Kostogrys, Z. Xu  28.

    ZINC AND PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    J.M. O’Connor  29.

    RODENT MODELSDEMONSTRATE BIOCHEMICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCESOF MATERNAL COPPER DEFICIENCY
    J.R. Prohaska  29.

    ELEMENT STATUSOF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSFROM SOUTH URAL
    N.A. Agadgayan, S.V. Notova, I.V. Radysh  30.

    EFFECT OF COPPER STATUS, SUPPLEMENTATION, AND SOURCE ON PITUITARY RESPONSIVENESSTO EXOGENOUSGONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE IN OVARIECTOMIZED BEEF COWS
    J.K. Ahola, T.E. Engle, P.D. Burns  30.

    AN ASSESSMENT OF ZINC ADEQUACY IN THE UK POPULATION USING MEASURED ZINC INTAKE AND ADEQUACY THRESHOLDSDERIVED FROM THEORETICAL MODEL OF REQUIREMENTS
    F. Amirabdollahian, R. Ash  31.

    MATERNAL IRON DEFICIENCY IDENTIFIESCRITICAL WINDOWSIN CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT IN THE RAT
    H.S. Andersen, L. Gambling, H.J. McArdle  31.

    SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION OF CATTLE PROVIDED DIETSCONTAINING SUGARCANE MOLASSES
    J.D. Arthington, F.M. Pate  32.

    INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT DIETARY COMPONENTSON POTENTIAL IRON BIOAVAILABILITY
    M.J. Binaghi, C.B. Greco, L.B. López, P.A. Ronayne, M.E. Valencia  32.

    ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONSIN BREAST AND POWDERED MILKSAMPLES
    Momoko Chiba, Atsuko Shinohara, Yutaka Inaba  33.

    THE EFFECTSOF MATERNAL ORGANIC IRON SUPPLEMENTATION ON PIGLET PERFORMANCE
    W.H. Close, J.A. Taylor-Pickard  33.

    ZINC CONCENTRATION ON PLASMA, URINE AND DIET OF INDIVIDUAL UNDERGOING A GASTROPLASTY WITH ROUX-EN-YBYPASS
    C. Cominetti, A.B. Garrido Junior, S.M.F. Cozzolino  34.

    THE ROLE OF THE SECIS ELEMENT IN INCORPORATION OF SELENIUM INTO THIOREDOXIN REDUCTASE ISOFORMS
    L.K. Crosley, C. Meplan, J.E. Hesketh, J.R. Arthur  33-34.

    INTERRELATIONSHIPSBETWEEN BLOOD, ERYTHROCYTE AND DIETARY ZN LEVELS, IN RATS
    M. Luz de Portela, A. Weisstaub, P. Ronayne, S. Zeni  34.

    EFFECT OF ORGANIC SELENIUM ON T-2 TOXICOSISIN CHICKENS
    J.E. Dvorska, A.C. Pappas, P.F. Surai  35.

    COMMERCIAL EVALUATION OF PRODUCTION OF SE-ENRICHED CHICKEN
    J.E. Dvorska, F. Karadas, P.F. Surai, N.H.C. Sparks   35.

    ORGANOSELENIUM (SEL-PLEX®) SUPPLEMENTATION TO MALE CHICKENSIMPROVESSPERMATOZOAL INTEGRITY
    F.W. Edens  35-36.

    THE EFFECT OF PHYTASE ON THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ZINC IN PIGLETS
    T. Ettle, W.M. Windisch, F.X. Roth  36.

    BIOPLEX MINERAL INCLUSION IN A 50% SKIM CALF MILKREPLACER ON CALVESPERFORMANCE
    R.J. Fallon, B. Earley  36.

    BIOPLEX MINERAL INCLUSION IN A WHEY-BASED CALF MILKREPLACER ON CALF PERFORMANCE
    R.J. Fallon, B. Earley  37.

    TRANSMIGRATION OF NEUTROPHILSAND DISTRIBUTION OF JUNCTION PROTEINSWERE AFFECTED BY ZINC DEFICIENCY IN CACO-2 CELLS
    A. Finamore, M. Massimi, L.Сh. Devirgiliis, E. Mengheri  37.

    EFFECT OF ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION ON IMMUNE RESPONSE AND OXIDATIVE STRESSIN ITALIAN OLD POPULATION. THE ZENITHSTUDY
    A. Finamore, L.Ch. Devirgiliis, M. D’Aquino, A. Polito, G. Maiani, C. Coudray, E. Mengheri   37-38.

    MATERNAL IRON DEFICIENCY DURING PREGNANCY IN THE RAT INDUCESHIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND OBESITY IN HER OFFSPRING
    L. Gambling, H.S. Andersen, H.J. McArdle  38.

    INDUCTION OF THIOREDOXIN REDUCTASE IN BROILER CHICKENSFED ORGANOSELENIUM (SEL-PLEX®)
    K.M. Gowdy, F.W. Edens  38.

    SELENIUM PROTECT AGAINST CADMIUM INDUCED DNADAMAGE – IN VITRO STUDY
    J. Gromadzińska, J. Palus, M. Stańczyk, E. Reszka, W. Wąsowicz  39.

    CALCILIFE PROVIDESENHANCED NUTRITION AND INGREDIENT FUNCTIONALITY
    M. Hegsted, A.R. Francis, K.A. Nolen, K.L. McCutcheon, M. Ryan  39.

    INFLUENCE OF AGE ON ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITY IN THE PIG
    G.M. Hill, J.E. Link, A.M. Meyer, M.J. Rincker  39-40.

    MICRONUTRIENT DEPRIVATION INCREASESAMINO ACID TRANSPORT SYSTEM AACTIVITY IN THE BEWO CHORIOCARCINOMA CELL LINE
    H.N. Jones, C.J. Ashworth, K.R. Page, H.J. McArdle  40.

    THE EFFECT OF AN INTRA-VENOUSINFUSION OF THIOMOLYBDATE ON COPPER STATUSAND OVARIAN UNCTION OF SHEEP
    N.R. Kendall, D.V. Illingworth, B.K. Campbell  40-41.

    CONNECTION OF HAIR ELEMENTAL CONTENT WITH SOME ANTHROPOMETRIC PARAMETERSIN CHILDREN OF THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE
    Yu.N. Lobanova, A.R. Grabeklis  41.

    SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION AND OUTCOME IN SEPTIC ICU
    V. Mishra, M. Baines, S. Perry, J. McLaughlin, J. Carson, R. Wenstone, S.M. Mostafa, A. Shenkin  41.

    COMPARISON OF SERUM SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONSOF GESTATIONAL DIABETIC WOMEN, NON-DIABETIC PREGNANT WOMEN AND HEALTHY CONTROLSIN HUNGARY
    J. Molnár, Z. Garamvölgyi, M. Herold, N. Adányi, J. Rigó, A. Somogyi  42.

    MULTIELEMENT HAIR PROFILE (MHP) FOR EARLY DETECTION OF BONE OSTEOPOROSISIN MEN AND WOMEN
    B. Momčilović, G.I. Lykken, J. Morović, A.V. Skalny, N. Ivičić  43.

    MULTIELEMENT HAIR PROFILE (MHP) IN A MAJOR CLINICAL DEPRESSION (MCD) INDICATESA STRONG ETIOLOGICAL LINKTO THE EUTHYROID IODINE DEFICIENCY (ID)
    B. Momčilović, J. Morović, N. Ivičić, N. Kopjar, A.V. Skalny, A.R. Grabeklis, E.P. Serebryansky  43-44.

    HUMAN BLOOD MOLYBDENUM; COMPARISON OF DIFFERENTIAL PULSED ANODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY (DPASV), THERMAL EMISSION ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY (ET-AAS), AND INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASSSPECTROMETRY (ICP-MS)
    B. Momčilović, N. Ivičić, J. Jurasović, N. Kopjar, J. Morović, A.V. Skalny, A.R. Grabeklis, E.P. Serebryansky  44.

    EFFECT OF ORGANIC SELENIUM (SEL-PLEX) IN COMBINATION WITHΑ-TOCOPHEROLONMEATSTABILITY OF FRESHANDFROZEN POULTRY MEAT
    L. Nollet, L. Tucker, O. Pesut  44.

    REPLACEMENT OF INORGANIC CU, MN, FE AND ZN WITH BIOPLEX® ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND FAECAL MINERAL EXCRETION IN BROILERS
    L. Nollet, L. Tucker, W. Wakeman, C. Belyavin  45.

    INHIBITION OF F9 CELL PROLIFERATION BY DESFERRIOXAMINE ISREVERSIBLE AND ISINDEPENDENT OF IRON REGULATION
    Teng Jin Ong, C. McNeil, H.J. McArdle  45.

    SUPPLEMENTATION OF BROILER BREEDER DIET WITH ORGANO-SELENIUM COMPOUNDSINCREASESSELENIUM CONCENTRATION IN THE EGG MEMBRANESAND SHELL
    A.C. Pappas, F. Karadas, B.K. Speake, P.F. Surai, N.H.C. Sparks  46.

    INVESTIGATING THE INHIBITORY EFFECT OF CALCIUM ON IRON UPTAKE AND TRANSPORT USING A CACO-2 TRANSWELL SYSTEM
    I.J. Phillips, E.K. Lund, F.A. Wallace, B. Teucher, S.J. Fairweather-Tait  46.

    AN ORGANIC SELENIUM ADDITIVE (SEL-PLEX®) IN DAIRY COWSDIETS
    R. Phipps, D. Juniper, A. Jones, G. Bertin  47.

    EFFECTSOF SOURCE AND LEVEL OF DIETARY COPPER ON COPPER AND ZINC METABOLISM
    J.L. Pierce, A.J. Pescatore, M.J. Ford, A.H. Cantor  47.

    NUTRITIONAL MEANSTO LOWER TRACE MINERAL EXCRETION FROM PIGSWITHOUT COMPROMISING PERFORMANCE
    J.L. Pierce, K.J. Stalder, J.L. Burkett, B.L. Shafer  48.

    NUTRITIONAL MEANSTO LOWER TRACE MINERAL EXCRETION FROM POULTRY WITHOUT COMPROMISING PERFORMANCE
    J.L. Pierce, B.L. Shafer, R. Power, K.A. Dawson  48.

    IRON INTAKE AND IRON STATUSIN ADULT BELGIAN WOMEN
    I.M. Pynaert, C. Matthys, M.J. Bellemans, M.D. de Maeyer, S.W. de Henauw, G.G. de Backer  49.

    NOVEL THIOARSENIC METABOLITESIN HUMAN URINE AFTER INGESTION OF AN ARSENOSUGAR
    R. Raml, W. Goessler, K.A. Francesconi  49.

    THE NUTRITIONAL PREVENTION OF CANCER 400 MCG/DAY SELENIUM TREATMENT SUB-STUDY
    M. Reid, A.J. Duffield-Lillico, E. Slate, N. Natarajan, L. Clark (deceased), G.F. Combs, J.R. Marshall  50.

    IMPORTANCE OF DOSAGE AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN TRIALSTESTING THE EFFECT OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON HYPERTENSION
    A. Rosanoff  50.

    PERFORMANCE AND CARCASSTRAITSOF BROILERSFED DIETSCONTAINING ORGANIC ZINC (BIOPLEX ZN®)
    P. Rossi, F. Rutz, M.A. Anciuti, L. Nollet, J.L. Rech  51.

    EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF IODINE INTERVENTION PROGRAMME ON HYPOTHYROID SCHOOLCHILDREN IN RURAL AREA OF TEHRAN
    N. Salarkia, M. Hedayati, M. Kimiagar, F. Rabiee, F. Azizi  51.

    EFFECTSOF CONSUMING FISH ON IRON BIOAVAILABILITY IN IRON DEFICIENT WOMEN WITH THE G277S TRANSFERRIN GENE MUTATION
    B. Sarria, S. Navas, A.M. López, A.M. Pérez-Granados, A. Carbajal, B. Teucher, J.R. Dainty, M. Roe, S.J. Fairweather-Tait, M. Pilar Vaquero  52.

    METAL CHELATESOF 2-HYDROXY-4-METHYLTHIOBUTANOIC ACID FOR HUMAN AND ANIMAL NUTRITION: PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF ZINC CHELATE (ZNMHA) BY IN VITRO STABILITY AND BIOAVAILABILITY STUDIES
    M.-L. Scarino, S. Ferruzza, Y. Sambuy, G. Predieri, M. Tegoni, L. Elviri, E. Cinti  52.

    ASSESSMENT OF PLASMA ZINC IN CIRRHOTICSCHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
    A.C.R. Schneider, R.B. Pinto, P. Fröhlich, Th.R. Silveira  53.

    BIOAVAILABILITY OF ZINC GLYCINATE IN COMPARISON TO ZINC SULFATE IN PHYTATE CONTAINING DIETS
    P. Schlegel, W. Windisch  53.

    ALIMENTARY PROVISION OF MAJOR AND TRACE ELEMENTSIN MUSCOVITES
    M.G. Skalnaya, A.V. Skalny  54.

    ZENITH PROJECT: SALIVARY CORTISOL AND MOOD IN OLDER ADULTS, MEDIATING EFFECTSOF ZINC
    L. Simpson, C. McConville, G. Rae, V. Jewell, J. O’Connor, B. Stewart  54.

    ZENITH PROJECT: ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN AGEING EUROPEANS
    L. Simpson, E. Maylor, D. Secker, G. Rae, C. McConville, V. Jewell, N. Meunier, M. Andriollo, A. Politto, B. Stewart, J. O’Connor  55.

    ZINC INTAKESIN TRADITIONAL COMPLEMENTARY FOODSEATEN IN THE NORTH OF CAMEROON
    M.M. Kana Sop, P.H. Amvam Zollo  55-56.

    IONIC MANGANESE SUPPLEMENTATION ISBENEFICIAL TO CAENORHABDITISELEGANS
    C. Srinivasan, Yi-Ting Lin, H. Hoang, S. Hsieh  56.

    PRENATAL ZINC TREATMENT AT THE TIME OF ACUTE ETHANOL EXPOSURE LIMITSSPATIAL MEMORY IMPAIRMENTSIN MOUSE OFFSPRING
    B. Summers, A.M. Rofe, P. Coyle  56.

    SELENIUM-ENRICHED EGGSIMPROVESSELENIUM STATUSIN HUMAN VOLUNTEERS
    P.F.Surai, F. Karadas, N.H.C. Sparks  57.

    SELENIUM STATUSOF NEW ZEALAND CHILDREN: NATIONAL CHILDREN’SNUTRITION SURVEY 2002
    C.D. Thomson, S.K. McLachlan, W. Parnell, R. Scragg, N. Wilson, D. Schaaf, E. Fitzgerald  57.

    METABOLIC AND GROWTH RESPONSESTO DIETARY COBALT IN FATTENING STEERSFED CORN OR BARLEY-BASED DIETS
    M.E. Tiffany, J.W. Spears  58.

    THE SEARCH FOR CLUESTO IMPROVE PROSTATE CANCER THERAPIES; SELECTION OF DIETARY TRACE ELEMENTSAND OTHER NUTRITIONAL COMPONENTS
    T. Tallberg, F. Atroshi, T. Westermarck  58.

    THE EFFECTSOF DIETARY MOLYBDENUM, SULPHUR AND IRON ON THE PITUITARY GLAND TRACE ELEMENT CONTENT AND FUNCTION
    C.L. Williams, S. Haywood, R.G. Wilkinson, A.M. Mackenzie  59.

    SHORT TERM TISSUE ZN EXCHANGE IN 65ZN LABELLED ADULT RATS
    W. Windisch, R. Erben  59.

    ASINGLE DOSE PHARMACOKINETIC AND PHARMACODYNAMIC COMPARISON OF TWO CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTSIN PRE-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN
    J.L. Zenk, S.A. Leikam, M.A. Kuskowski, M. Ryan  60.

    RAPID AND ROUTINE BIOMEDICAL TRACE ELEMENT ANALYSISUSING ICP-MS
    S. Nelms  60.

    ZINC STATUSAND COGNITIVE FUNCTION OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA
    Y. Abebe, M. Hambidge, B.J. Stoecker, L. Hubbs-Tait, R. Gibson, T. Kennedy, I. Arbide, A. Teshome, J. Westcott, G. Abebe, N.F. Krebs  61.

    ELEMENTAL STATUSOF CHILDREN AND ADULTSFROM NORTH-EASTERN SIBERIA
    N.A. Agadzhanyan, G.A. Egorova, P.G. Petrrova  61.

    EFFECT OF ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION ON AGE-RELATED OXIDATIVE STRESSIN EUROPEAN POPULATION : THE ZENITHSTUDY
    M. Andriollo-Sanchez, I. Hininger-Favier, N. Meunier, V. Jewell, G. Maiani, J. O’Connor, M. Ferry, C. Coudray, A.-M. Roussel  62.

    UPR OF ASTROCYTESTO ALUMINIUMISSENSEDBY IRE1Β ANDITSAPOPTOTIC EFFECT MAY BE DUE TO INHIBITION OF THE CHAPERONSINVOLVED IN PROTEIN FOLDING
    D.A. Aremu, O.F. Ezomo, S. Meshitsuka  62-63.

    IRON, COPPER AND ZINC INTERACTIONS
    M. Arredondo, M.T. Núñez, M. Ruz, M. Olivares  63.

    THE EFFECT OF MICRONUTRIENTSSUPPLEMENTATION ON BACTERIAL GROWTH IN THE PRESENCE OF T-2 TOXIN
    F. Atroshi, A. Rizzo, T. Ali-Vehmas, T. Westermarck   63.

    COPPER DEFICIENCY ALTERSGENE EXPRESSION OF PROTEINSINVOLVED IN IRON METABOLISM
    S. Auclair, C. Feillet-Coudray, C. Coudray, S. Schneider, M. Muckenthaler, A. Mazur  64.

    HASTHE ROLE OF PHYTATE BEEN OVERESTIMATED IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ZINC DEFICIENCY IN CHILDREN IN NETHAILAND?
    K.B. Bailey, W. Krittaphol, T. Pongcharoen, P. Winichagoon, R.S. Gibson   64.

    CHALLENGESASSOCIATED WITH DETERMINATION OF MANGANESE IN SERUM
    E. Bakowska, M. Muantongchin, J. Schemmer, M. Welsh  65.

    STUDIESON THE SELENOPROTEOME IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUSSYSTEM: SELENIUM-CONTAINING PROTEINSIN DIFFERENT TYPESOF BRAIN CELLS
    L. Dalla Puppa, B. Hoppe, N.E. Savaskan, A. Kyriakopoulos, D. Behne  65.

    STUDIESON THE SELENOPROTEOME IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUSSYSTEM: DISTRIBUTION OF SELENIUM AND SELENIUM-CONTAINING PROTEINSIN DIFFERENT REGIONSOF THE RAT BRAIN
    B. Hoppe, A. Kyriakopoulos, D. Behne  66.

    LOCALIZATION OF TRACE ELEMENTSIN THE CENTRAL NERVOUSSYSTEM BY MICRO-SYNCHROTRON RADIATION X-RAY FLUORESCENCE
    M. Kühbacher, G. Weseloh, G. Falkenberg, A. Kyriakopoulos, D. Behne  66.

    INFLUENCE OF COPPER STATUSON THE ACCUMULATION OF TOXIC AND ESSENTIAL METALSIN CATTLE
    I. Blanco, J.M. Cruz, F. López-Alonso, M. Miranda, C. Castillo, J. Hernández, J.L. Benedito  67.

    DETERMINATION OF SELENIUM IN BIOLOGICAL SAMPLESBY HYDRIDE GENERATION ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY
    C.D. Connolly, R.F. Power, M.J. Hynes  67.

    GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSISOF U937 HUMAN MONOCYTE/MACROPHAGE CELLSAFTER ERYTHROPHAGOCYTOSISUSING A FOCUSED CDNAMICROARRAY
    K. Dean, F. Aydemir, M. Knutson  67-68.

    ZINC STATUSAND BMI OF VEGETARIANS, PRACTICING YÔGA, IN THE CITY OF SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
    M.C. de Bortoli, S.M.F. Cozzolino  68.

    LITHIUM PROTECTSGLIAL CELLSFROM ZINC TOXICITY IN VITRO
    E.S. Dzierżak, R.M.J. Kiley, R.W. Lea, K. Skwarło-Sońta, N.M. Lowe  68.

    ANTI-SECRETORY EFFECT OF ZINC IN PIGLET SMALL INTESTINE
    D. Carlson, J. Sehested, H.D. Poulsen 69.

    ZN INCREASED EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX MINERALIZATION, BUT AFFECTSLESSON BONE-RELATED GENE EXPRESSION IN OSTEOBLASTIC MC3T3-E1 CELLSUNDER ZINC DEFICIENCY
    Y.-E. Cho, P.-Y. Yuem, C.-S. Kwon, J.-Y. Choi, J.H. Beattie, I.-S. Kwun 69

    DETERMINATION OF DEPLETED URANIUM (DU) IN RATSFOLLOWING 3- OR 6-MONTH EXPOSURE TO SURGICALLY IMPLANTED DUPELLETS
    L.G. Evje, V. Fitsanakis, K. Erikson, S. Garcia, T. Syversen, M. Aschner  70.

    ZINC SUPPLEMENTATION HASNO EFFECT ON IN VITRO CU-INDUCED OXIDATION OF LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEINSIN LATE MIDDLE-AGED FRENCH. THE ZENITH STUDY
    C. Feillet-Coudray, N. Meunier, D. Bayle, M. Andriollo, G. Maiani, J.M. O’Connor, A. Mazur, C. Coudray  70.

    EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL STATUSRELATIVE TO ZINC IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
    L.M.R. Flores, F. Figueiredo, S.M.F. Cozzolino  71.

    BORON AND MOLYBDENUM CONTENT IN INFANT FORMULAS
    J.K. Friel, C. Hunt  71.

    THE DIETARY COPPER INTAKESIN CHINA
    J. Gao, L. Zhang, X. Li  71-72.

    ORGANOSELENIUM IN YEAST (SEL-PLEX®) DOESNOT PRODUCE OVERT SIGNSOF TOXICITY IN YOUNG BROILER CHICKENS
    K.M. Gowdy, F.W. Edens  72.

    EFFECT OF DIETARY TRANSGENIC MAIZE ON ABSORPTION AND RETENTION OF TRACE ELEMENTS
    M.A. Gralak, M. Chrenková, A. Sommer, Z. Čerešňáková, M. Polačiková, P. Sochová, B. Debski  72.

    BENEFICIAL EFFECTSOF LONG-TERM TREATMENT OF PANCREATIC BETA CELLSWITH ULTRATRACE ELEMENTS VANADATE, TUNGSTATE AND MOLYBDATE
    B.D. Green, H.-K. Liu, N.H. McClenaghan, J.T. McCluskey, P.R. Flatt  73.

    SELENOPROTEIN W1 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN BLOOD FRACTIONS
    A.J Goldson, R. Hurst, S.J. Fairweather-Tait  73.

    IRON STATUSAND DIET IN MALE C282Y HETEROZYGOTES
    A.-L. Heath, M.A. Roe, S.L. Oyston, S.M. Williams, C.A. Spinks, S.J. Fairweather-Tait  73-74.

    LOW LEVELSOF ORGANIC FORMSOF CU AND ZN IN PIG DIETSREDUCE THEIR EXCRETION IN FAECES, WITHOUT SACRIFICING PERFORMANCE
    A. Hernandez, J.R. Pluske, K. Turnley, G.M. Smith, B.P. Mullan  74.

    MECHANISMS UNDERLYING ANAEMIA AND IRON METABOLISM DISORDERSIN TUMOUR-BEARING MICE
    M.-S. Hiet, S. Auclair, D. Bayle, E. Gueux, C. Feillet-Coudray, C. Coudray, A. Opolski, A. Mazur  74-75.

    EFFECT OF SE-METHYLSELENOCYSTEINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON SELENOPROTEIN W LEVELSIN PROSTATE CELLS
    R. Hurst, A.J. Goldson, S.J. Fairweather-Tait  75.

    INCREASING SELENIUM STATUSOF DAIRY COWSIN THE UK
    D.V. Illingworth, N.R. Kendall, S.B. Telfer  75.

    THE PRESENCE OF THIOARSENOSUGARSIN SEAFOOD AND OTHER SAMPLES
    M. Kahn, R. Raml, W. Goessler, E. Schmeisser, K.A. Francesconi  76.

    CD, PBAND TRACE ELEMENTS LEVELSIN MATERNAL BLOOD, FETAL CORD BLOOD, AND PLACENTAL TISSUESIN JAPANESE PREGNANT WOMEN WHO SMOKE OR NOT SMOKE
    S. Kameo, K. Nakai, K. Suzuki, T. Oka, N. Sugawara, T. Ohba, N. Kurokawa, H. Satoh  76.

    SEASONAL BLOOD LEAD AND 25-HYDROXY-VITAMIN-D CONCENTRATIONSIN CHILDREN
    F.W. Kemp, P.V.S.V. Neti, R.W. Howell, P. Wenger, D.B. Louria, J.D. Bogden  76-77.

    EFFECT OF SELENIUM INTAKE AND FETAL AGE ON MRNA EXPRESSION OF TWO SELENOPROTEINS IN PORCINE FETAL AND MATERNAL LIVER
    R.L. Kincaid, C.E. Hostetler, J. Michal  77.

    ZINC, COPPER AND MAGNESIUM AND RISKSFOR ALL-CAUSE, CANCER AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY-THE PARISPROSPECTIVE STUDY II
    N. Leone, D. Courbon, P. Ducimetière, M. Zureik  77-78.

    THE DIETARY ARSENIC INTAKESIN CHINA
    X. Li, J. Gao  78.

    ASSESSMENT OF SOME BLOOD PARAMETERS AS POTENTIAL MARKERSOF HEPATIC COPPER-ACCUMULATION IN CATTLE
    M. López-Alonso, M. Miranda, A. Crespo, C. Castillo, J. Hernández, J.L. Benedito  78.

    FACTORS AFFECTING COPPER ACCUMULATION IN CATTLE IN NWSPAIN
    M. López-Alonso, M. Miranda, J.M. Cruz, C. Castillo, J. Hernández, J.L. Benedito  79.

    EVALUATION OF BLOOD ELEMENTAL LEVELSAND APO EALLELIC PROFILE IN HIGH RISKAND ATHEROSCLEROTIC SUBJECTS
    P.A. Lopes, P. Napoleão, T. Pinheiro, M.C. Santos, F. Ceia, M.L. Pavão, J. Neve, A.M. Viegas-Crespo  79.

    IRON, ZINC AND CALCIUM LEVELSIN COMPLEMENTARY FOODS CONSUMED BY INFANTSIN A RURAL REGION FROM NORTHERN ARGENTINA: PRESENT SITUATION AND PROPOSALS
    S. Macías, S. Rodríguez, P. Ronayne  80.

    ESTIMATION OF ZINC (ZN) REQUIREMENTSFOR SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN IN THE WESTERN HIGHLANDSOF GUATEMALA
    M. Mazariegos, K.M. Hambidge, J.E. Westcott, B. Barahona, R. Campos, L. Sian, N.W. Solomons, N.F. Krebs  81.

    IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL POLYMORPHISMSIN GENESINVOLVED IN SELENIUM-METABOLISM
    C. Méplan, K.L. Crosley, J.C. Mathers, J.R. Arthur, J.E. Hesketh  81.

    ZINC EFFECTSON NUTRIENT-NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS AND TRENDSIN HEALTH AND AGEING: THE ZENITH STUDY
    N. Meunier, A.M. Roussel, J.M. O’Connor, G. Maiani, C. Coudray  82.

    CHROMIUM, NICKEL AND COPPER ACCUMULATION IN CATTLE RAISED IN A SERPENTINE-SOIL AREA IN GALICIA (NWSPAIN)
    M. Miranda, M. López-Alonso, C. López, I. Blanco, C. Castillo, J. Hernández, J.L. Benedito  82.

    ORAL FERROUS SULPHATE TOLERANCE STUDY IN HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS
    H.J. Mohamed, N. Vidas, I.S. Mudway, D.Y. Liu, C.A. Geissler, J.J. Powell, M.C. Lomer  83.

    INTRACELLULAR LABILE ZINC AND ZINC TRANSPORTER LOCALIZATION IN MAMMALIAN CELLS AND IN YEAST
    C. Murgia, C. Devirgiliis, G. Ranaldi, E. Mancini, G. Donadel, G. Perozzi  83-84.

    DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION OF FARM ANIMALS´ DIET WITH ORGANIC SELENIUM: AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO NORMALIZE SELENIUM INTAKE IN MAN IN DEFICIENT COUNTRIES
    B.G. Pehrson  84.

    ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY FOR ZINC DETERMINATION IN HEPATIC TISSUE
    R.B. Pinto, P.E. Froehlich, T.R. Silveira, R.B. Magalhães, A. Wortmann, J.F. Ferreira, A.C.R. Schneider  84.

    HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN CHONDROSTOMA WILLKOMMII FROM GUADIAMAR RIVER: IMPACT OF THE AZNALCOLLAR TOXIC SPILL
    R. Moreno Rojas, N. Benajiba, M.J. Gordillo Ortero, C. Fernandez Delgado, C. Arribas Lozano, T. Saldaña Ariza  85.

    DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN CARCASS OF SQUALIUS PYRENAICUS AND LEPOMIS GIBBOSSUS FROM GUADIAMAR RIVER AFTER THE AZNALCOLLAR TOXIC SPILL
    R. Moreno Rojas, M.J. Gordillo Ortero, N. Benajiba, C. Fernandez Delgado, C. Arribas Lozano  85.

    INFLUENCE OF THE AZNALCOLLAR TOXIC SPILL ON HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN MICROPTERUS SALMOIDESFROM GUADIAMAR RIVER
    R. Moreno Rojas, M.J. Gordillo Ortero, N. Benajiba, C. Fernandez Delgado, T. Saldaña Ariza  86.

    TOXIC AND ESSENTIAL TRACE ELEMENTSIN BLOOD AND URINE FROM SLOVAK POPULATIONS FROM AREAS EXPOSED TO INCREASED LEVELS OF PCBS
    B. Sampson, T. Panetta, J. Petrik, T. Trnovec  86.

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE G277S MUTATION OF THE TRANSFERRIN GENE AND IRON DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA
    B. Sarria, S. Navas, A.M. López-Parra, E. Arroyo-Pardo, A.M. Pérez-Granados, M.P. Vaquero  87.

    A METHOD FOR MEASURING LIPID-SOLUBLE ARSENIC SPECIES PRESENT IN CRUDE FISH OILS, FISH OIL SUPPLEMENTS AND FOODSTUFFS
    E. Schmeisser, W. Goessler, N. Kienzl, K.A. Francesconi  87.

    INVESTIGATION OF IMMUNOTOXICITY AND ALLERGENIC PROPERTIES OF POTASSIUM, MAGNESIUM, ZINC AND CHROMIUM ASPARTATES
    E.V. Shipaeva, S.V. Alekseeva, L.P. Kovalenko, A.V. Skalny, A.D. Durnev  88.

    EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL OXIDATIVE STATUS AND ZINC IN TYPE 2 DIABETICS
    V.L. Silva, S. Ferderbar, F. Figueiredo, O. Monte, J.E.N. Salles, D.S.P. Abdalla, S.M.F. Cozzolino  88.

    SEASONAL VARIATION IN HEPATIC COPPER CONCENTRATIONS IN A SHEEP FLOCK WITH CHRONIC COPPER POISONING PROBLEMS
    T. Sivertsen, K. Løvberg  89.

    COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN HAIR AND URINE ELEMENTAL CONTENT AT EXCESS PB, CD, AS, NI INTAKE IN HUMANS
    M.G. Skalnaya, V.A. Demidov  

    COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN HAIR AND WHOLE BLOOD ELEMENTAL CONTENT AT EXCESS PB, CD, AS, NI INTAKE IN HUMANS
    M.G. Skalnaya, V.A. Demidov  89-90.

    THE IODINE STATUS OF NEW ZEALAND CHILDREN
    S. Skeaff, C. Thomson, S. McLachlan, W. Parnell, R. Scragg, N. Wilson, D. Schaaf, E. Fitzgerald  90.

    ORGANIC SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION OF DAIRY COWS REDUCES HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-MEDIATED OXIDATION OF PROTEINS IN MILK
    J. Stagsted  90-91.

    THE EFFECT OF SE-METHYLSELENOCYSTEINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE MRNA AND PROTEIN LEVELS IN PROSTATE CELLS
    B.A.V. Thompson, R. Hurst, A.J. Goldson, S.J. Fairweather-Tait 91.

    SELENIUM AND IODINE DEPLETION DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECT GROWTH AND DENSITY, MICROARCHITECTURE, AND STRENGTH OF BONE IN GROWING MALE AND FEMALE RATS
    F. Toure, E.A. Lucas, J.B. King, B.H. Arjmandi, B.J. Stoecker  91.

    DEVELOPMENTSIN THE MINERAL NUTRITION OF POULTRY
    L.A. Tucker, L. Nollet  92.

    BENEFITS OF ORGANIC MINERAL SUPPLEMENTATION IN DOMESTIC DOGS
    L.A. Tucker  92.

    TRACE ELEMENT CONTENT AND REDOX BIOMARKERS IN COPD
    A. Veríssimo, M.C. Santos, A.M. Viegas-Crespo, P. Monteiro, A.B. de Almeida, T. Pinheiro  93.

    STUDIES ON THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON LONG TERM SODIUM SELENITE TREATMENT OF DOWN SYNDROME AND JUVENILE NEURONAL CEROID PATIENTS (JNCL)
    T. Westermarck, E. Antila, F. Atroshi  93.

    DETERMINATION OF ELEMENT BINDING PATTERN IN CYTOSOLS OF CULTURED LUNG AND TRACHEA CELLS AFTER TREATMENT WITH SE OR AS USING SIZE EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY HYPHENATED TO PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY
    C. Wolf, K. Bukalis, A. Kyriakopoulos, D. Behne  94.

    THE SEARCH FOR COPPER BIOMARKERS IN HUMANS: USE OF IN VITRO CELL SYSTEMS TO DETECT CANDIDATE REGULATOR GENES OF COPPER HOMEOSTASIS
    G. Wortley, R.M. Elliott, L. Harvey, S.J. Fairweather-Tait  94.

    EVALUATION OF 41CA AS A NOVEL ISOTOPIC TOOL IN BONE RESEARCH
    T. Walczyk, E. Denk, D. Hillegonds, J. Vogel, A. Synal, C. Geppert, K. Wendt, K. Fattinger, C. Hennessy, M. Berglund, R.F. Hurrell  95.

    COXSACKIEVIRUS B3 INFECTION IN KESHAN DISEASE PATIENTS AT A LOW SELENIUM AREA OF CHINA
    Y. Xia, Z. Huang  95.

    INTERACTIONS OF IODINE DEFICIENCY AND VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY: EFFECTS ON THYROID FUNCTION IN CHILDREN
    M.B. Zimmermann, R. Wegmüller, C. Zeder, N. Chaouki, T. Torresani  96.

    SERUM TRANSFERRIN RECEPTOR AND ZINC PROTOPORPHYRIN AS INDICATORS OF IRON STATUS IN AFRICAN CHILDREN
    M.B. Zimmermann, L. Molinari, F. Staubli-Asobayire, S.Y. Hess, N. Chaouki, P. Adou, R.F. Hurrell  96.

    IRON DEFICIENCY DUE TO CONSUMPTION OF A HABITUAL DIET LOW IN BIOAVAILABLE IRON: A LONGITUDINAL COHORT STUDY IN MOROCCAN CHILDREN
    M.B. Zimmermann, N. Chaouki, R.F. Hurrell  97.

    COPPER LEVELS MEASUREMENTS IN THE CEREBRO ESPINAL FLUID
    G. Venegas, M.E. Santolaya, C. Pinto, A. Rodriguez, M. Maturana  97.

    ZINC AND AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN TASTE ACUITY
    B. Stewart-Knox, L. Simpson, H. Parr 97-98.

    ZINC CONTENT OF COW MILK IS AFFECTED BY DRY PERIOD CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS FEEDING
    T. Larsen  98.

    PLASMA COPPER, HYDROXYPROLINE AND OSTEOCALCIN IN COWS AROUND PARTURITION
    T. Larsen  98.

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