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Human milk, bovine milk and infant formula ligand-bound manganese transport in rat

Human milk, bovine milk and infant formula ligand-bound manganese transport in rat

Federation Proceedings 42(4): 817

Transport and uptake of Mn by the intestine was less in the presence of human milk and its isolated Mn ligands than with cows' milk or infant feeding formula.

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