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  • Sex Difference Between Trace Elements and Pulmonary Functions in Children. [Journal Article]
    Biol Trace Elem Res 2020Pan Z, Zhang X, … Li L
  • It has been defined that deficiency of trace elements plays an important role in the progression of asthma. However, the relationship between blood zinc (Zn), selenium (Se), and magnesium (Mg) and pulmonary functions in children remains to be clarified. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Wuxi, China, and a total of 202 healthy children were recruited. The forced vital capacity volume (FVC) …
  • [Bovine trace mineral concentrations in different sample media with emphasis on fecal analysis]. [Journal Article]
    Tierarztl Prax Ausg G Grosstiere Nutztiere 2020; 48(1):5-14Herold A, Müller AE, … Pieper L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Feed intake of the trace minerals analyzed is most optimally reflected by the fecal concentration in comparison to other substrates. Fecal analysis of these minerals may therefore be employed as an alternative to feed analysis with regards to the evaluation of nutritional trace mineral supply. Analyzing fecal trace mineral concentrations possesses practical significance wherever feed or TMR cannot be analyzed. In particular, this concerns grazing animals, heifers, mother cows and cattle in barns without TMR. Assessment of the complete metabolic status only on the basis of fecal contents is insufficient. However, subnormal fecal copper-, zinc- and manganese concentrations may be suggestive of an inadequate metabolic situation and represent an indication for further diagnostics.
  • Photoactivity and optical applications of organic materials containing selenium and tellurium. [Review]
    Chem Sci 2019; 10(40):9182-9188Hoover GC, Seferos DS
  • Sulfur-containing compounds, particularly derivatives of thiophene, are well studied for organic optoelectronic applications. Incorporating selenium or tellurium in place of sulfur imparts different physical properties due to the fundamental differences of these atoms relative to their lighter analogues. This has a profound influence on the properties of molecules and materials that incorporate c…
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