volume 4, issue 4, P27 2016
DOI: 10.3390/toxics4040027
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Abstract: Abstract: Changes in the homeostasis of metals and microelements have been demonstrated inParkinson's disease, whose etiology includes both a genetic and environmental basis. We studied the difference of microelements in the hair of Parkinson's disease subjects (n = 46) compared with healthy controls (n = 24). Hair was chosen as a representative matrix to measure microelements, since it is a vehicle of substance excretion from the human body and it allows for long-term evaluation of metal exposure. An inducti…

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