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Kumar-Pandey S, Kumari-Chauhan U
Essentials of zinc: Focus on sickle cell disease
Rev Hematol Mex 2013; 14 (3)

Language: Español
References: 50
Page: 145-148
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ABSTRACT

Zinc is an important micronutrient, which plays a key role in human health, growth and development. It is a potent antioxidant that improves immunity. Deficiency of zinc is related to various disease i.e. diarrhea in children, slow growth and exposure to various infections. It also plays an important role in sickle cell disease and thalassemia. Red meat is a rich source of zinc, where as vegetables are a poor source of zinc. There are extensive studies carried out across the world and correlation is established with various diseases. The aim of this review is to account the various international and national studies and their findings in the role of zinc.


Key words: Zinc, Zinc deficiency diseases, Antioxidant.


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