Dietary ascorbic acid lowers the concentration of soluble copper in the small intestine of rats.

G.J. van den Berg, S. Yu, A.G. Lemmens, A.C. Beynen

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIn: Trace elements in man and animals
EditorsM. Anke
Place of PublicationGersdorf
PublisherVerlag Medica Touristik
Pages390-391
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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van den Berg, G. J., Yu, S., Lemmens, A. G., & Beynen, A. C. (1993). Dietary ascorbic acid lowers the concentration of soluble copper in the small intestine of rats. In M. Anke (Ed.), In: Trace elements in man and animals (pp. 390-391). Verlag Medica Touristik.