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Copper in infant nutrition: Safety of World Health Organization provisional guideline value for copper content of drinking water
Background: Copper is an essential nutrient for humans. Recently, a limit of 31.48 μmol/l (2 mg/l) was proposed by the World Health Organization as the provisional guideline value for copper content of drinking water. The ...
Effect and mechanism of nanosize copper oxide on some physical and mechanical properties of flakeboards
(Universidad del Bío-Bío, 2011)
Vibrational study of polyamine copper(II) complexes. Infrared spectra and normal coordinate analysis of mono(diethylenetriamine)copper(II) complex ions
The results of an investigation of the infrared spectra of mono(diethylenetriamine)copper(II) compounds are reported, with particular reference to the low-energy region. Most assignments are based on the available literature. ...
Bacterial stimulation of copper phytoaccumulation by bioaugmentation with rhizosphere bacteria
(PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2010)
Copper contaminated areas pose environmental health risk to living organisms. Remediation processes are thus required for both crop production and industrial activities. This study employed bioaugmentation with copper ...
Influence of estrogens on copper indicators: In vivo and in vitro studies
Classic copper indicators are not sensitive and specific for detecting excess copper exposure when this is higher than customary but not markedly elevated. Serum copper and ceruloplasmin (Cp) are the most commonly used ...
Función de las Metalotioneínas en el metabolismo celular de cobre
(Universidad de Chile, 2002)
Copper is an essential micronutrient for life, it is required by a wide range of species, from bacteria to yeast, plant and humans. Copper essentiality is based in the capacity of the metal to be an intermediary in the ...