Chen, CY (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst High Energy Phys, POB 2732, Beijing 100080, Peoples R China.
Article; Proceedings Paper
Molecular activation analysis based on biological separation techniques combined with instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) was applied to study the distribution patterns of 24 elements, including essential and unknown trace elements in the liver organelles. Concentrations of As, Au, Co, I, Mg, Mo, Sb, Sc, Se and Th were found to be the highest in nuclei and mitochondria, while those of Br, Cl, Cs, Cu, K, Na, Rb and V were found to be in cytosol. Concentrations of Al, As, Au, Ba, Fe, I, Sb were found to be the lowest in cytosol. The element As was mainly present in the nuclear fraction, where its concentration was two to four times higher than that in other fractions. Ca and Fe were highly enriched in the microsomal fraction.
Chen CY,Lu,XL,et al. Subcellular distribution patterns of twenty four elements in the human liver samples studied by molecular activation analysis[J]. JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY,2000,244(1):#REF!.
陈春英.,Lu.,XL.,章佩群.,侯小琳.,...&Chai, ZF.(2000).Subcellular distribution patterns of twenty four elements in the human liver samples studied by molecular activation analysis.JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY,244(1),#REF!.
陈春英,et al."Subcellular distribution patterns of twenty four elements in the human liver samples studied by molecular activation analysis".JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 244.1(2000):#REF!.