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Trace Metal Interactions Involving the Intestinal Absorption Mechanisms of Iron and Zinc

  • Peter R. Flanagan
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 249)

Abstract

The basis for absorptive trace element interactions is given by the statement of Hill & Matrone (1970) that “those elements whose physical and chemical properties are similar will act antagonistically to each other biologically”. Although the direct antagonistic competition of chemically-alike metals is a straightforward concept, an important associated view is that dietary preconditioning with an excess or deficiency of an element may reveal interactions with the metabolism of chemically-similar metals.

Keywords

Triple Interaction Toxic Trace Element Intestinal Uptake Ferric Uptake Regulation Nutritional Concern 
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