"Offers comprehensive, definitive information on all of the essential mineral elements--focusing on biochemical and physiological processes. Describes in detail the function of the nutritionally necessary elements revealed through the latest techniques in molecular biology as well as traditional research methods."
". . .The contributions have been written by 36 specialists from all over the world. Not only have the authors presented much detailed and specific information, but they have also provided comprehensive references for each contribution. . . .a valuable source of information."
Calcium; phosphorus; sodium and chloride in nutrition; magnesium; potassium; zinc; copper; iron; magnesium; cobalt; chronium; molybdenum; nickel; boron; lithium; lead; selenium; iodine; fluorine; silicon; vanadium; arsenic; mineral-iron interaction as assessed by bioavailability and ion channel function; radiotracers for nutritionally essential mineral elements.