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Spectrochemical Determination of Trace Metals in Normal Striated Muscle in the Rabbit.

Laing, Patrick G.; Ferguson, Albert B. Jr.; Hodge, E. S.
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery - American Volume: June 1959
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It may be concluded that by this method of spectrochemical analysis, rabbit striated muscle has a trace metal content not unlike that found by other workers in human and beef striated muscle.

Cobalt was found in only 5 per cent of ninety-nine samples; zirconium and tungsten were not found. Molybdenum was found in half the samples, nickel in four-fifths, and titanium in four-fifths. Chromium and iron were detected in all.

Copyright 1959 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated

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