Kinetic Models of Trace Element and Mineral Metabolism During DevelopmentAuthor:
Publisher: CRC Press
Publish date: January 1995
A kinetic overview, as well as an individual study on calcium metabolism in pregnancy and lactation Zinc kinetics in humans The determination of requirements for mathematical models and the role they play in the understanding of human iodide metabolism Studies of calcium metabolism in children with chronic illnesses Constitutive modifiers of the kinetic and dynamic behavior of non-essential metals Regulation in oscillatory models, optimal sampling for the determination of calcium metabolism, and the determination of bone resorption The kinetic models to describe populations, a strategy for summarizing the results of multiple studies Kinetic models are becoming standard tools in the research of biological systems. They are used to represent hypotheses, analyze data, and design experiments to maximize the information obtained from a study. Kinetic Models of Trace Element and Mineral Metabolism During Development describes models for calcium, chromium, copper, iron, iodide, lead, mercury, selenium, zinc, and others in health and disease.