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by Charles Archibald Owen

ePub Physiological Aspects of Copper: Copper in Organs and Systems (Copper in biology and medicine series) download
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Charles Archibald Owen
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Noyes Pubns (May 1, 1982)
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Physiological Aspects Of Copper book.

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Of copper in mammals. Shellfish and organ meats. of what is depicted are described and discussed in the text. Modified from Linder. In this section we describe the normal events associated with. are the richest sources of copper, whereas muscle meats con-.

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Charles Archibald Owen, American Physician, retired educator. Physiological Aspects of Copper: Copper in Organs and Systems (Copper in biology and medicine series) (Copper in the body.

Copper is an essential trace element that is vital to the health of all living things (humans, plants, animals, and microorganisms). In humans, copper is essential to the proper functioning of organs and metabolic processes.

Copper overview for health professionals. Tap water and other beverages can also be sources of copper, although the amount of copper in these liquids varies by source (ranging from . 005 mg/L to 1 mg/L). Several food sources of copper are listed in Table 2. Table 2: Selected Food Sources of Copper.

Copper in food (organic copper) is processed by the liver and is transported and sequestered in a safe manner

Copper in food (organic copper) is processed by the liver and is transported and sequestered in a safe manner. Inorganic copper, such as that in drinking water and copper supplements, largely bypasses the liver and enters the free copper pool of the blood directly.

Copper-responsive transcriptional regulators detect surplus copper-ions and modulate transcription of genes with roles in. .

Copper-responsive transcriptional regulators detect surplus copper-ions and modulate transcription of genes with roles in copper-uptake, -channeling, -efflux, or -detoxification. In E. coli, CueR is the intracellular Cu(I) sensor that activates expression of CopA and CueO, while the two component CusRS system senses periplasmic Cu(I) and triggers expression of CusCFBA. Other bacteria that possess copper-tolerance systems under the control of CueR-like proteins include Pseudomonas putida (Adaikkalam and Swarup, 2002), Rhizobium leguminosarum (Reeve et a. 2002), and S. typhimurium (Checa et a. 2007; Espariz et a. 2007; Kim et a. 2002).

Copper in the body. Copper -- metabolism.