Relevance of specific activity in experimental erythrocytocide by55Fe
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Iron loads between 0.20 μg and 26 μg, added to 5μCi59Fe, were followed for up to 150 days in mice. Relative organ uptake increased as a function of iron load in liver and kidneys while it decreased in bone marrow and blood. Several weeks after injection, all load-related differences disappeared.
KeywordsIron Bone Marrow Relative Organ Iron Load Organ Uptake
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