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Document Summary
Title Metals in the brain?
Description Review of role of metal ions in brain function
Creation Date 17 April 2001
Doc type Article
Document Abstract:
the human brain contains about 6 milligrams of copper, enough to print a small circuit board. Zinc, iron and manganese are just as plentiful.
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