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Selenium in Biology and Human Health

Out of Print

Edited By: Raymond F Burk

221 pages, Figs, tabs

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 1994 | #88356 | ISBN: 3540940804
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Selenium plays a fascinating and still poorly understood role in the function of living cells and therefore in human health. Starting with investigations over 60 years ago into its role as a toxic agent in livestock disease, selenium studies have progressed rapidly with the application of tools from immunology and molecular biology. This book presents research syntheses on a range of topics involving selenium.


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