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The concentrations of molybdenum and zinc in liver in relation to copper accumulation in normal and copper poisoned sheep



The concentrations of molybdenum and zinc in liver in relation to copper accumulation in normal and copper poisoned sheep



Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 17(3): 307-315



The concentrations of Cu, Mo and Zn were measured in the liver of normal grazing sheep and lambs from Eastern Norway, and in sheep dead of chronic Cu poisoning.

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