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Functional markers of selenium status UK Food Standards Agency workshop report



Functional markers of selenium status UK Food Standards Agency workshop report



British Journal of Nutrition 96(5): 980-984



The workshop was organised to discuss the validity and limitations of existing functional markers of Se status in human subjects and to identify future research priorities in this area. Studies presented as part of this workshop investigated: the bioavailability of Se from different dietary sources; potential functional markers of Se status; individual variation in response to Se; the effect of marginal Se status on immune function. The workshop highlighted the need to define the relationship between functional markers of Se status and health outcomes.

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DOI: 10.1017/bjn20061893



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