Published in Blood Weekly, July 3rd, 2008
"We examined the relationship between serum Cu and unexplained anaemia among 11240 participants in the Second National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES II): 638 (5.7 % of all adults) were anaemic; 421 (3.7 %) were not explained by deficiencies of vitamin B-12, folate or Fe, chronic illness or renal disease. Spline regression showed a U-shaped relationship between serum Cu levels and unexplained anaemia, indicating that...
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