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Chronic copper poisoning in sheep. III. The distribution of soluble copper- and zinc-binding liver proteins of lambs compared with adult sheep



Chronic copper poisoning in sheep. III. The distribution of soluble copper- and zinc-binding liver proteins of lambs compared with adult sheep



Acta Pharmacologica et Toxicologica 40(5): 570-574



The distribution of copper and zinc among soluble hepatic proteins in lambs from 1 normal and 1 copper dosed ewe was studied by gel filtration. It was found that the distribution pattern is similar in newborn lambs and transfer and accumulation of copper is possible in lambs.

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Accession: 039548128

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PMID: 577370

DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0773.1977.tb02112.x


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