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Cadmium and Lead Content in Chosen Commercial Fishery Products Consumed in Poland and Risk Estimations on Fish Consumption

Kwiatkowska 0 Robert Krusiński 0 0 Department of Commodity Science and Processing of Animal Raw Materials, University of Life Sciences in Lublin , Lublin , Poland 1 Anna Winiarska-Mieczan The presented studies

The Influence of the Dietary Cu-Glycine Complex on the Histomorphology of Cancellous Bone, Articular Cartilage, and Growth Plate as well as Bone Mechanical and Geometric Parameters Is Dose Dependent

Copper (Cu) is required for all basic biochemical and physiological processes. The objective of this study was to compare the effect of two different chemical forms (sulfates and glycinate chelates also below the recommended dose) of Cu administered to adult rats on the biomechanical and morphometric properties of femur. Male rats at the age of 12 weeks were used in the 12-week ...

The Effect of Exposure to Cd and Pb in the Form of a Drinking Water or Feed on the Accumulation and Distribution of These Metals in the Organs of Growing Wistar Rats

The degree of accumulation and distribution of Cd and Pb in the organs of young animals compared to the amount taken in with water or feed have not been thoroughly investigated yet. The experiment aimed to verify whether the source of toxic metals (feed, drinking water) administered to growing rats orally has an influence on the degree of accumulation of Cd and Pb in the organs ...

The content of cadmium and lead in canned fish available in the Polish market

The study aimed to verify whether canned fish available in Poland were safe in terms of Cd and Pb content. The content of Cd and Pb was examined in 25 products using Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (GFAAS). The examined canned fish contained from nearly 0.2 to 1.7 μg Cd and from ca. 0.02 μg to ca. 7.9 μg per 100 g of the product. The content of both Cd and Pb was ...

Cadmium, Lead, Copper and Zinc in Breast Milk in Poland

Mother's milk is the fundamental food for infants. It contains proteins, fat, carbohydrates and essential metals which are necessary to ensure correct functioning of the organism. Unfortunately, breast milk is a potential source of toxic metals, which are dangerous for a baby. In Poland, previous research concerning the content of metals in breast milk was very scarce or its ...