Stanley Zlotkin et al.
JAMA, 310(9), 938-947 (2013-09-05)
In sub-Saharan Africa, malaria is a leading cause of childhood morbidity and iron deficiency is among the most prevalent nutritional deficiencies. In 2006, the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund released a joint statement that recommended limiting...
Wanmohd Azhar Wbin-Wan-Ibrahim et al.
Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 26(4), 823-826 (2013-07-03)
Heavy metals in cigarette tobacco such as iron may cause a serious damage on human health. Surveys showed that the accumulation of certain toxic heavy metals like cadmium, mercury, iron is very often due to the effect of smoking. This...
Shaun D Wong et al.
Nature, 499(7458), 320-323 (2013-07-23)
Mononuclear non-haem iron (NHFe) enzymes catalyse a broad range of oxidative reactions, including halogenation, hydroxylation, ring closure, desaturation and aromatic ring cleavage reactions. They are involved in a number of biological processes, including phenylalanine metabolism, the production of neurotransmitters, the...
Iron fortification and malaria risk in children.
Andrew M Prentice et al.
JAMA, 310(9), 914-915 (2013-09-05)
N M Makarova et al.
Klinicheskaia laboratornaia diagnostika, (1)(1), 42-44 (2013-07-03)
The sample for examination included 52 patients with chronic cardiac failure and 26 patients with anemia amongst. The expected increase of production of prohepsidin against the background of increased serum concentrations of anti-inflammatory cytokines was not detected. The tendency to...