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Concentrations of selected metals (NA, K, CA, MG, FE, CU, ZN, AL, NI, PB, CD) in coffee

brews Food Chem 2015 182 302 8 10.1016/j.foodchem.2015.02.105 38 Nogaim QA, Al-Dalali S, Al-Badany A, Farh M. Determination of some heavy metals in Yemeni green coffee. J Applied Chem. 2014;2:13-8. Nogaim QA Al-Dalali S Al-Badany A Farh M Determination of some heavy metals in Yemeni green coffee J Applied Chem 2014 2 13 8 39 Oliveira M, Ramos S, Delerue-Matos C, Morais S. Espresso beverages of pure origin coffee: mineral characterization, contribution for mineral intake and geographical discrimination. Food Chem. 2015;177:330-8. doi

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Blood Lead, Cadmium and Zinc Correlations in Elderly Rural Residents

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Toxicity, mechanism and health effects of some heavy metals

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Bioavailability of heavy metals in the soil from different locations of medicinal herbs

. Determination of heavy metals for the quality contril in argentinian herbal medicines by ETAAS and ICP-OES. Food Chem Toxicol 2007; 45:1060-4. 4. Caldas DE, Machado LL. Cadmium, mercury and lead in medicinal herbs in Brazil.Food Chem Toxicol 2004; 42:599-603. 5. Ghosh M, Singh SP. A comparative study of cadmium phytoextraction by accumulator and weed species. Environ Pollut 2005; 133:365-71. 6

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Plasma cadmium and zinc and their interrelationship in adult Nigerians: potential health implications

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Sorption ability of the soil and its impact on environmental contamination

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Testicular membrane lipid damage by complex mixture of leachate from municipal battery recycling site as indication of idiopathic male infertility in rat

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Evaluation of chromium, nickel, iron and manganese content in wheat, flour, bran and selected baked products

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Long-term changes in brain cholinergic system and behavior in rats following gestational exposure to lead: protective effect of calcium supplement

, Mohammed GD, Rabah A. (2011). Heavy metals (lead, cadmium and mercury) in maternal, cord blood and placenta of healthy women. Int Jour Hyg Environ Heal 214 : 79–101. Sauk JJ, Somerman MJ. (1991). Physiology of bone: mineral compartment proteins as candidates for environmental perturbation by lead. Environ Health Perspect 91 : 9–16. Schwartz BS, Chen S, Caffo B, Stewart WF, Bolla KI, Yousem D, et al., (2007). Relations of brain volumes with cognitive function in males 45 years and older with past lead exposure. Neuroimage 37 : 633–41. Surkan

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Genetics and inflammatory profile in tobacco dependence

mutations and confirmed by the association between nicotine dependence and rs16969968. This allele mutation rs16969968 is responsible for increased addiction in adulthood to those who initiated smoking before 16 years of age. Thus, those who have the present mutation and initiate smoking under the age of 16 have an increased risk of becoming heavy smokers. Although the genetic risk factor for nicotine addiction is present from birth, the distinct development of smoker/nonsmoker phenotypes and the degree of addiction is also influenced by the environment, which can

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