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Estimation of nickel intake of infants fed with milk infant formulae


, : Estimation of nickel intake of infants fed with milk infant formulae. Trace elements in man and animals TEMA 8: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals: 198-201

Nickel was estimated by differential pulse cathodic stripping voltametry in 21 infant formulae of 6 different types available in Spain: 7 adapted starting formulae, 4 adapted for healthy term infants, 1 hypoallergenic, 5 lactose-free, 3 soya formulae and 1 for infants with gastrointestinal problems. Ni was from 2.6 to 19.3 ng/ml reconstituted formula with means for the 6 types from 4.6 to 11.7 ng/ml.

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