Plasma Level of Antioxidant Minerals (Cu, Zn, Mn, and Se) and Fe
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The results of this study suggest that the incidence of cerebrovascular disease was related with lower plasma antioxidant mineral concentrations (Cu, Fe, Mn, Se, and Zn). Specifically, Se was the major depleted antioxidant trace element in the patients with CVD.
KeywordsCerebral Ischemia Cerebrovascular Disease Vascular Dementia Healthy Subject Group Trace Element Nutriture
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