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Dale M Christopherson
Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center
Chemist

Phone: (701) 795-8304
Fax: (701) 795-8395

2420 2ND AVENUE NORTH
GRAND FORKS , ND 58203


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
HAIR AS A BIOPSY MATERIAL: TRACE ELEMENT DATA ON ONE MAN OVER TWO DECADES -
Klevay, L.M., Christopherson, D.M., Shuler, T.R. 2004. Hair as a biopsy material: trace element data on one man over two decades. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 58:1359-1364.
HAIR AS A BIOPSY MATERIAL IN ASSESSING NUTRITURE AND INTOXICATION -
Klevay, L.M., Christopherson, D.M., Shuler, T.R. 2003. Hair as a biopsy material in assessing nutriture and intoxication [abstract]. Journal of Nutrition. v.133(5S-1). p.238E-239E.
COPPER DEFICIENCY DECREASES PLASMA TESTOSTERONE IN RATS -
Klevay, L.M., Christopherson, D.M. 2001. Copper deficiency decreases plasma testosterone in rats [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 15:A272.
COPPER DEFICIENCY HALVES SERUM DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE IN RATS -
HAIR ANALYSIS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT -
Christopherson, D.M., Shuler, T.R., Klevay, L.M. 2000. Hair analysis in environmental assessment [abstract]. Proceedings of the 32nd Great Lakes Meeting of the American Chemical Society. p.18.
MUPLIPLE TOXIC ELEMENTS IN HAIR OF ONE MAN OVER TWO DECADES -
MULTIPLE NUTRITIONAL ELEMENTS IN HAIR OF ONE MAN OVER TWO DECADES -
MULTIPLE TRACE ELEMENTS IN HAIR OF ONE MAN OVER TWO DECADES: METHODOLOGY -
COPPER DEFICIENCY DECREASES DEHYDROEPIAONDROSTERONE (DHEA) IN RAT SERUM -
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