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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1974
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Doyle, J.J., R.A. Bernhoft, and H.H. Sandstead. The effects of a low level of dietary cadmium on some biochemical and physiological parameters in rats. In Trace Substances in Environmental Health-VIII, Edited by D.D. Hemphill, University of Missouri Press, Columbia, pp. 403-409, 1974.

Evans, G.W. and C.I. Grace. Interaction of transferrin with iron-binding sites on rat intestinal epithelial cell plasma membranes. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 147: 687-689, 1974.

Evans, G.W., C.I. Grace, and C. Hahn. The effect of copper and cadmium on Zn-65 absorption in zinc-deficient and zinc-supplemented rats. Bioinorganic Chem. 3: 115-120, 1974.

Evans, G.W. and C.J. Hahn. Copper- and zinc-binding components in rat intestine. In Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Volume 48, Edited by M. Friedman, Plenum, New York, pp. 285-297, 1974.

Fosmire, G.J., Y.Y. Al-Ubaidi, E. Halas, and H.H. Sandstead. The effect of zinc deprivation on the brain. In Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Volume 48, Edited by M. Friedman, Plenum, New York, pp. 329-345, 1974.

Klevay, L.M. An association between the amount of fat and the ratio of zinc to copper in 71 foods: Inferences about the epidemiology of coronary heart disease. Nutr. Rep. Int. 9: 393-399, 1974.

Klevay, L.M. Coronary heart disease and dietary fiber. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 27: 1202-1203, 1974. (Letter)

Klevay, L.M. Interactions among dietary copper, zinc, and the metabolism of cholesterol and phospholipids. In Trace Element Metabolism in Animals-2, Edited by W.G. Hoekstra, J.W. Suttie, H.E. Ganther, and W. Mertz, University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 553-556, 1974.

Klevay, L.M. The ratio of zinc to copper in milk and mortality due to coronary heart disease: An association. In Trace Substances in Environmental Health-VIII, Edited by D.D. Hemphill, University of Missouri Press, Columbia, pp. 9-14, 1974.

Nielsen, F.H. Essentiality and function of nickel. In Trace Element Metabolism in Animals-2, Edited by W.G. Hoekstra, J.W. Suttie, H.E. Ganther, and W. Mertz, University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 381-395, 1974.

Nielsen, F.H. "Newer" trace elements in human nutrition. Food Technology 28: 38-44, 1974.

Nielsen, F.H. and D.A. Ollerich. Nickel: A new essential trace element. Fed. Proc. 33: 1767-1772, 1974.

Nielsen, F.H., D.A. Ollerich, G.J. Fosmire, and H.H. Sandstead. Nickel deficiency in chicks and rats: Effects on liver morphology, function and polysomal integrity. In Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Volume 48, Edited by M. Friedman, Plenum, New York, pp. 389-403, 1974.

Nielsen, F.H. and H.H. Sandstead. Are nickel, vanadium, silicon, fluorine and tin essential for man? A review. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 27: 515-520, 1974.

Sandstead, H.H. Macroelement and trace element deficiencies. In Principles of Internal Medicine, 7th ed., Edited by M. Wintrobe, McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 441-443, 1974.

Sandstead, H.H., W.H. Allaway, R.G. Burau, W. Fulkerson, H.A. Laitinen, P.M. Newberne, J.O. Pierce, and B.G. Wixson. Cadmium, zinc, and lead. In Geochemistry and the Environment, Volume 1, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, pp. 43-56, 1974.

Sandstead, H.H., Y.Y. Al-Ubaidi, E. Halas, and G. Fosmire. Zinc deficiency during the critical period for brain growth. In Trace Element Metabolism in Animals-2, Edited by W.G. Hoekstra, J.W. Suttie, H.E. Ganther, and W. Mertz, University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 745-748, 1974.

Van Itallie, T.B., H.H. Sandstead, and G.V. Mann. Nutritional requirements. In Principles of Internal Medicine, 7th ed., Edited by M. Wintrobe, McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 409-415, 1974.

Vo-Khactu, K.P., R.H. Clayburgh, and H.H. Sandstead. An improved NADH-dependent transketolase assay for assessing thiamine nutriture. J. Lab. Clin. Med. 83: 983-989, 1974.


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