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The emerging role of iron, zinc, copper, magnesium and selenium and oxidative stress in health and diseases

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The role of various metals in health and disease of specific pathological conditions is well-documented; however, the role, interaction and consequences of deficiency and toxicity of any specific metal in many diseases at one time has not yet been described fully. In this review, the role of iron, zinc, copper, magnesium and selenium is shown in various pathological conditions. The purpose is to find the missing link between any one metal and various diseases so that conclusions may be drawn based on the consequences of the metal deficiency and toxicity.


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